Colorado Springs Beacon in Colorado-Springs, Colorado
1 Dec 1995

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1 Dec 1995

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Colorado Springs Beacon (Newspaper) - December 1, 1995, Colorado Springs, Colorado Frank Sinatra turns 80 he has been called by Many names but one is indisputable the worlds greatest entertainer. No one has matched the diversity intensity length and breadth of Frank Sinatra a extraordinary 50 year career. On december 12 1995, Frank Sinatra will turn 80 years old. To commemorate this event the a music of your life station Kymn am-1530 will be presenting a series of radio specials and a a Salute to Sinatra at the Broadmoor. Every saturday morning in december Kymn am-1530 will begin airing a Sinatra a Young at heart the birthday special from to . To 12 noon. This special chronicles the life and career of Frank Sinatra. From his Humble Start in Hoboken to his beginning with major Bowes through the big band Era with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey the Bobby boxers at the Paramount and through All the motion pictures. A recording career that spans five decades with an unequalled commitment to charities and humanitarian efforts throughout the works. This program is the definitive Celebration of Francis Albert Sinatra. Heading the amazing list of Over too friends and celebrities scheduled to appear to pay tribute of Ole Blue eyes on saturday morning on Kymn Are president Clinton former presidents Bush and Ford with dignitaries from around the world and stars Paul Newman Robert Redford Robert Diniro Jack Nicholson Elizabeth Taylor Barbara Streisand Kirk Douglas Jack Lemmon and sports figures Arnold Palmer Jack Nicklaus Johnny Bench Muhammad Ali Yogi Beira Joe Garagiola and Joe Montana. The list also includes Admiral Alan Shepard Walter Cronkite Buzz Aldrin Willie Nelson Bono Michael Bolton and Johnny Carson. On sunday december 10th from to am to i pm Kymn am-1530 will present a once in a lifetime three hour radio special hosted by daughter Nancy Sinatra called a Frank Sinatra an american legend. This is the first time Nancy Sinatra has Ever hosted a radio special in tribute to her father. Based in part on her recently released Book entitled Frank Sinatra an american legend this exclusive special is produced in cooperation with the Sinatra family biographer and contains archival material that Hasni to been available to the friends family and life Long Public until now. Associates this three hour Spe with the help and co opera Cial is a jewel. Tion of Many of Frank Sinatra a see Sinatra Page a4sinton Dairy a Good neighbor for More than 10o years Dick Liccardi it was in the 1880s that George Herbert Sinton and his brother Melvin Macgregor Sinton moved from Ithaca new York to Colorado Springs opening Sinton Brothers Dairy. Quire a Small piece of land now Willamette and Corona and with 12 red cows and a delivery cart drawn by a Pony named Santa be they began producing milk �?14 quarts a Day a and Deli David Macgregor a a Mac Gray is the last member of the Sinton clan working at Sinton Dairy. Hell retire in summer �?T96. A their forebears were of Briens and sin tons but the of Briens took the Sinton name because of prejudice against the Irish a says David Macgregor Gray Southern Region sales manager great grandson of the founder and the last remaining Sinton family member working at the Dairy. The Brothers Sinton a in the 1920s, Sinton Brothers Dairy had a a a fleets of delivery wagons that delivered All Over town. Bass fishing and pastures where wed run with cattle and in 1924, they bought the Holland Dairy farm North of the Springs and leased the de Coursey ranch from the Parrish family. President Theodore Roosevelt hunted coyotes on this ranch which is now part of Peterson Field. This pattern of purchasing existing dairies is what made Sinton Dairy the Large regional corporation it is today. Its now Sinton Dairy foods company the largest Independent Dairy company in the state with More than Street with pails pans and a i spent three weeks in his pitchers. The Milkman House when i had my a 400 employees and dist by ladled the milk out of the Pendix out a he recalls ors cans with a measuring dip fondly. A the had a Pond for see Sini on Dairy cards available for seniors ered them at to cents a quart. It was a hand to Mouth business in those Days in Many ways. They milked the cows by hand poured the milk into five gallon cans and drove wagons up and Down the streets of Colorado Springs. Housewives who wanted milk came out from their houses to the per. The milk had to be delivered in the Cool Early hours of the morning. The wife who slept in missed out. After the big storm of 1885 when huge hailstones Drew blood on the backs of cattle James b. Gaffney the sin tons moved to higher mature life features ground a to s. Elpaso St. The personable Mac Gray senior s ids identification who has 30 years with his system a Enro no new family a company is a tire members by mail. The i in less Volunteer having served Tif cation system provi is on a number of boards of information including sex directors of charitable Orga height weight hair co or in nations and Banks Over the distinctive details Amy is contacts and medical Mior he remembers grandma motion to Law enforcement ther Sinton Herbert son of agencies hospitals and George who lived near the Public agencies. This current site of the Dairy on information is vital in Iden Sinton Road just North of tidying Accident victims and Fillmore lost or missing individuals. Page Al upon completing and returning a questionnaire the information is maintained in a database. Identification is provided through a personal serial number. All members Are Given too cloth adhesive patches to Iron or sew on to garments plus a Billfold card with identification numbers. Registration costs $24.95 per person. For More information or a registration kit Contact senior ids . Box 92, Grinnell Iowa 50112

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