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   Greeley Daily Tribune And The Greeley Republican, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1930, Greeley, Colorado                                ATHER fcilo Fair iooier in robable in ex wthcentralpor In east and lot 24 hours 8 mTues low HOT ONB Times are so hard that auto in half the states in creased last THE GKEELEY REPUBLICAN E 38 MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS COLORADO SEPTEMBER 1930 AFTERNOON WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED Farmers it Big and aying s in the ry WillHave Plenty of and Much Buying Power ffinter was whenfarmers of the ir ilstrict and the sugar factories malderable part of their fall ter supply among land ilt is this year that the dry will aeed all their man power the winter to harvest of est nonirrigated erops ever i tlie History of the mile circle trip east of Gree lay riivered over a very Welds dry land Yet i revealed an enormous acre ood crops and degree of har actMty rarely seen outside of ated lulling was underway oh many and on several places bean g equipment wag all set up air i start work ne places two horse1 drawn were working thru the field reiv of eight to 10 men piling is Iwhind the er places the cane crop which ionaliy good this year Is be lontmued on Page 12 Monell Will tend College miversary Here Monell is the first trustee of Tfdihers college to notify tliorities that he will be on tea institution celebrates ith birthday in who was to the has written to purchasing agent at stating that he plans to he festivities and asking to Hi lets the TeaohersBrig ng football game From how on college es expect to deluged with for to the foot1 and other features of the opiii home is In Montrose Contestants for County Of f ices Program Completed To Celebrate Teachers College 40th Tribune Will Publish Edition of 64 Pages Harley Grable This is the first of a series of brief biographical sketches of county candidates of both parties to be printed from time to as the and space are Harley republican candi date for county cleric and recorder is the Incumbent In that Grable has lived in Weld county for 27 ysars and for many years has been home owner lu He was associated with his father in the real estate business In Greeley for irany He has also developed farms and ranches In this Grable is married and has one Continued on Page 6 Pinch Quits AntiSaloon League Job su perintendent of the Colqrado Anti Saloon Bwgue for today made public his resignation tendered ssent he Is located in Denver and accepted by a subcommittee come to Greeley Tax Commissioner of Lincoln Here Mathews Mathews and wife of are spending the week with his Mathews and wife of 1505 Tenth Mathews has been tax commissioner of the city of Lincoln lor the past ten and probably knows more about property values in that city than any other one Soon after entering upon the of ho Introduced a system of records ued on case 7 rnor Adams at te Fair Tuesday Adams upst of honor today at the state fair in Tuesday en set aside as a joint gover vernorthorn Cplorado dams left this morning by Pueblo with several hundred aidents of the state pected to return to Denver C or Morton Hurt 5 Car Is Ditched abe wifeof F t northwest of is ptlll reeley hospital suf juries received in an auto ccldent Mor lett the road near the Frank two miles west ami north and suffered a scalp a cture ot the outer layer of and was also cut and Her fiveyearold daughter li wasalso cut by flying rton had been to Eaton and raing She does not how the accident t the steering gear went else she struck some ob In the road which put the a Mortons in not regarded as ilities of lairman of Board BRINTON 1930 resident Hoover was called a man to head the new 4 Federal Farm Board ho ion with executive required a success sltlon required a man who a farm whowas intact with the and one who believed in in hat producers of a prod 1 control Its e the farm board program give it a fair roved a man should bo life Investments arid wslness Interests BPerous agricultural develr re because ot the In statement issued last storm center of a recent controversy over endorsement of candidates for public that he would sever his connections with the league in orderto devote his time to a business ttie Fitzsimons Oil and Leasing compnay of which he la pres The announcement took the form of a letter addressed to theleague su perintendent and signed by Loreii pastor ofttie Trin ity Methodist church and Wayne former attorney constituting the subcommittee ofthe headquarters The letter said the headquarters committee wouJd conduct the the or ganization for the adding your letter of resignation was greet ed with sympathetic discussion on the part of all present and only after posi tive insistence from you wasac The letter was the only commentary forthcoming the head here on the oneof this signers of the was one of the recalcitrant group which took exception to the leagues failure to endorse George repablican nominee for the prior to last weeks primary Centers of Activities mid principals In tho Fortieth Birthday anniversary of Colorado State Teachers Col October Russell Is dean emeritus of Teachers Columbia He will be one of ths principal speakers for Education Complete program for the biggest celebration Teachers college has ever that of Its own fortieth an has been arranged for 10 and three days of enjoyment and George presidentOf the inaug united plans for the big anniversary which Is expected to draw mostof the town into as well as alumni and friends from all parts of the United community in is complete charge of eventsfor Thurs1 which will be pioneer day Friday will be education given over to the college and Satur day is alumni day and the Opinions from Readers of Tribune The 10 will issue a 64page largest Its papers GOth anniversaries as well as the col Greeley Chamber of Commerce planned Thursday which opens at 10 oclock with dedication the new Unjon Pa cific passenger At 12 oclock a free dinner at Jackson fieldwill be to be followed at by a reproduction of the first amateur theatrical per formance ever given lnv This Is Handy given here It Is repro duced by the Greeley Community Grand pioneer ball at 8 al Gunef hall will round out the days Thankful Hes In Colorado I have been reading about the Open House on EducationDay On Education open house will be kept until 2 oclock at visitors will be wel come to visit any with student guides offered to conduct them about the At 2 oclock a program of addresses Hixon Must Stand Trial forBroomfield Robbery Associated Press Boulder sane by physicians at Colorado Psy Tr chopathlc hospital Hixon conbegins in Gunter with Harry fessed Broomfield bank robber president of the boardof stand trial on an aggravated robbery Hixon was returned here yesterday after being under observation at the hospital for 10 He pleaded not by reason of instanlty to the charge after confessing the Tho bank was held up two weeks Hixon escaped with was captured shortly after in Rumor of Morrow Injury x Denied in Mexico City Associated Press de partment officials today denied a rumor that Ambassador Morrow had been injured In an acci dent near Mexico the denial followed a long distance call to the United States embassy alt the farm board pro the position tinned on Pago 12 Candidate Adds for Bear Pit Fund George candidate for county superintendent of schools on the democratic was tne first of local candidates to con tribute to Qrceleys bear His gift has brought the total to other candidates are ex pected to follow with drouth In some of the other eastern It makes me to live in a district where there is plenty of food to go I tliink that thej or some agency should make arrange ments to send food and other supplies the districts having surplus the drouth stricken It is a for food to spoil In some states while children are going to school hungry in neighboring says buyer and packer of poul to the crops that the farmers are rais ing without Brlggs dale and Osgood country is coming steadily to the front but many people Though inGreeley dont know what has been high man the count accomplished Ankeney ex Wants Candidates to Contribute I intend to write to every political candidate and ask him or her to con tribute to our bear Some of the money used in the political campaign ought to do some permanent good and I am going to give candidates a No Upsets in Primarys Tally Official count of the primary elec tion returns in Weld an nounced today from the county clerks gave Charles the largest vote cast In this county I for any candidate seeking who was nominated for reelection as county recSiv the highest vote cast for any coun ty candidate and highest for any candidate voted ori in Timberlakes vote was and Gra bles Jesse for county came second on the county with Ogle was and Lou On Jhe democratic side the heaviest vpte was castfor Governor Wyatt seeking the sheriff nom was second high and high man on county Homer Bed was third and Hunter for Adams received votes and Wyatt was democratic he received about 300 fewer votes than did William Tegtmann who Is the republican nominee for Mumper and Webb Get High Votes nominee for congress and nom for state high votes from the Webb re Sugar Concern Beet Payment Is So Great Estimates Value of Its Bulk in Colo Where New Record Is Likely will be paid beet growers in and Wyoming by the Great Western Sugar company tor 1930 officials at the company estimated Har vesting will start Saturday in the southern part of the while in northern Colorado it will start The harvest in other states will get underway a few days The Colorado harvest was1 said by Great officials to give promise ot being the greatest In the states About workers have been available for the field work and the company expects to employ persons in Its Until 8 only enough beets will be harvested to keep the factories going at After that date the receipts will bo unrestricted and will be piled at companys The date for unrestricted deliveries was advanced one week to prevent a repetition of last years disaster when early winter weather prevented com pletion of the harvest in many dis Beet pay days will be 16 and The Colorado cooperative crop re porting service estimated September beet will The record for the 1 that the total be state was tons in Last year it was tons while the five year average It is estimated the Great Westerns 12 Colorado factories will use tons to At the factory is expected to use tons worth and at worth Charges Nye with Espionage Activity Press That he Is giving to the city of GreeJey eggs and other farm says George who is money to endow a bear which Praises Marine Band the United States Marine band is and no one should miss hearing declared Alex often heard the bandwhen hs was in trustees of the of published at and Paul dean of the school of education at will Hanus was a member of the first faculty at Colorado State Teachers Banquet at Gunter Hall Banquet at Gunter hall on Friday opens at George Frasier Ned fessor of education and director of the educat on at the University of Institute Education atNew York Horn was oneme government service In 1924 at the nay al operating The government coming here always accompanied the president on the official yacht when the fleet passed in District Looks Its Best I think the farms of Weld taking the dry land and1 irri everSooked bet ter than they do this says George Pierce farmer well known for his good potatoes and hli purebred cattle and Hopes for Osgood OH Boom I hope that oil is struck in the Pat terson well out east of says Charles deputy clerk of the ceiving and Stumper Houtchens received votes for district while Graham re ceived for the same cv a JCIVCU 1UI UUt BUIIIO OIIlCGo with a permanent Ernst says Smith and Coffin on the republican that if some ot the candidates Bide drew and William candidate for reelection as county was well up among the leaders in I bring in a contribution without wait ing for him to write a letter it will be all right with Ready To Go we have the old mill polished up about ready to says assistant superintendent of the GreeJey sugar It irihkcs feel bad because literally hun dreds of good are applying for jobs for whom there are no On the other hand weare that labor conditions are than in most parts of the Visitors Make Him Proud I get a big kick out of driving around the Greeley district with Den ver friends on a Sunday and showing them what a country we really have around Their exclamations of amazement make me prouder than district An oM boom would ever that I live In the Greeley dls make Greeloy people goout Into the I says Frank advertis dry land and would open their eyes ing manager of will be one of the and the other address will be given by James dean emeritus of Teachers Co lumbia Saturdays dedicated to opens at with Charles ot Colorado Agricultural college and an alumnus of Teachers Alumni will sSend some time and Informal talks are to be given by including Copelandi Miss Elizabeth and other ekrlyday Boosters Parade at Homecoming Boosters club always a fea ture ot the Homecoming of every begins at 1 and at Teachers college and Brtgham Young University open their football Boosters club dinner dance finishes the anniversary celebrations formal Ernest professor teacher and coach at Teachers Programs announce that admission to all of Thursdaysevents will be free but by the tickets to be secured at the office of the Alumni in the administration Tickets to tho Friday banquet may be secured by writing the Eleanor Baab Hurt in Auto Collision 10year old daughter of and Herman Baab of 828 Nineteenth was ciit abbut the uucureu uy wining LUU j and to the football game byfaoe Monday when tho car in which writing Culbertson at Teachers j she was and which her mother Reservation for the dinner j was driving struck the machine oper ated by Frank living at Fourth avenue and Sixteenth Baab was driving west on Eighth street and turning south on Ninth She said she was blinded by the sun and did not see the j Haun car which was starting east on 1 Windshield of the car was The thru Felix president of the All these may be reached thru the gleaning republican voti Carlson got as compared to cast for democratic Fol lowing is the total vote Republican senator Congressman Justice supremo court Governor Lieutenant governor Secretary ot state State auditor State treasurer Attorney general Reed Superintendent of public instruc tion Regents of University ot Colorado District Judge State representatives County clerk Sheriff Treasurer Assessor County superintendent of schools County surveyor Coroner Gerald Nye had direct connection with on Congresswbman Ruth Hauna McCormick was 3harged today In a statement from Attorney General Oscar Carlsjrom of The statement was prepared for de livery before the senate committee in vestigating campaign but Senator the committee chair refused to give Carlstromper mission to read Carlstrom never theless released It to the After reviewing the espionage to which he said McCormick was subjected including several cases ot wire Carlstrom said David Grow paid money to Kenneth an operative of the Dannenberg detective agency to procure Informa tion on the activities of the McCormick had employed the agency to shadow 9 Are Appointed to Executive Board of Democrats in Weld Nine persons to County Chair man John Redman In directing the work of the democratic party In this county during the next two years were i named Tuesday morning at a meeting of democratic in The committee follows Baton John Ault Charlqs Frank D u Clay and Bliss i of Continued on page C Tribune Phone Numbers 6 for job Phone 3 for and editorial LOCAL BUYERS PAY TO FARMERS Wheat 1 smashed wheels j flying glass cut the girls I Barley Baab was not neither was I Oats though the lattors car was Beans also considerably potatoes 16 B5o Northern Realtors Meet Here Monday Joint meeting of realtors of north ern was held in Greeley Monday evening with President Morgan Chicken dinner was served at the and after community singing and the dinner Thomas Welsh took charge of the meeting as McArthurj president of the Greeley chamber of wel comed the guests and expressed con fldencS in real estate chairman of the educa tional committee of the State Real Estate F member of the state license and Palmer state wore Cox urged all realtors to edu cate themselVesalong theline ot their and to develop real estate as business is rapidly becoming a Dvorak outlined what Is being done by his department for the protection of ths and Gallup touched on subjects of home grown tax license and benefits de rived by tlio state In general and real tors themselves thru the organization of tho real estate Annual state convention ol tho State Real Estate board will be held at the Brown Palace hotel In 26 and and will be largely attended by Greeley   

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