Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 30, 1955 · Page 4
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Page 4 GREELEY T R I B U N E Wednesday, Nov. 30, Ifl55 Noted La Prensa To Be Returned to Real Owner BUENOS AMIES, Argentina Ifl -Argentina's famed newspaper La Prensa, silenced and enslaved by dictator Juan I). Peron in an act condemned around the world, is an the verge of being returned to its'exiled owner-editor; Provisional President Pedro Aramburu in his first meeting with the press Monday night did not say outright his government would give La Prensa back to Dr. Alberto Gairua Paz. But Aramburu declared his regime had · solved" the celebrated La Prensa case and this would "'repair the outrage committed against this great newspaper." There appeared no other mcr- pretation of his words than that Pierce . . . Lcjnonds, and family of Evening callers w e r e Leaf's mother, Mrs. Cora Leaf uf Grcc- ley am] son, Amos of Denver, and Kuby Winston of Denver. Neighbors who visited in the evening were Mrs. Mary Cozad, Mary Ellen, Kenny, Alice, Dorothy and Nancy. PIEHCE -- Thanksgiving day visitors at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. K, Martin were llicir son ilaughtcr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. It ay -Martin, and son, Don. Don was on leave from HutcliLiison, Kan., where he scrvoss as instructor at the Navy air station. Other guests were Ihqir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. WU- liam Hargls. Holiday dinner guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Cozad and family were Mr. and Mrs. Harriet East 'and daughter, Uonnie, of Evans. Mrs. Lester Fiih enlertaiucd card club Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Hall was a guest. Winners were Mesdamcs Fred Conger, Edwin I.esh, George Ball and . Clifford Alkirc. Mrs. "Herb .Vclson was hostess when her bridge _cKih met, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Van Why was a guest. Score winners were Mrs. Plcss Kcrr and Mrs. Alvin Urich.. Guests of the Claude Leafs control" of~ the paper would shift -Thcinkgiving were lier brothcr-iti- from the General.Confederation of law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Will Labor (CGT) back to the Paz Presna in J8G9 had built K into one Prensa in 18GD had built i linto one of"the Western Hemisphere's leading .Journals. * Peron - closed · the outspoken newspaper more than four ycnrs ago and handed it over to CGT, the big worker's organization with which he hammered out his dictatorship. La Prensa was- trans- f formed from a respected indcpcnd- * cnt journal io another rubber stamp for (he Pcrdnisia line. Araniburu's press secretary AdoUo Lanus, satd a'decree which was expected to declare the seizure of La Prensa unconstitutional · had not been completed. High sources said Aramburn's decree might call for closing down La Prensa this wcefc for a brief period to permit an inventory of the CGT' control, then for the paper to revert to Gninza Paz* management perhaps in mid-December. It was learned Aramburu's declaration was timed to precede a visit to Buonor; Aires Wednesday by Henry Holland ,U. S. Assistant secretary of state for Latin American-affairs, The treatment o f - L a Prensa has resulted " in much criticism of Argentina - in the United Slates. AramlUEU*s s t a t e m e n t was hailed by Jules Dubois, veteran Latin American correspondent for The Chicago Tribune and chairman o( the Freedom of the Press committee of the Inter-American Press Assn. TDubois, who has been in Buenos Aires for several week plugging for La Prcnsa's return termed it the "greatest slop fo restoration of freedom of the pres taken in Latin America by an government in modern limes. 11 In New York, Gainza Pa termed lAPA's work "basic" mobilizing world opinion agains the seizure ol his newspaper, Tlr editor, who has been living in exil . in New York, is expected to re turn here Thursday. .amar Physician- Is Jpheld on Covenant · Against Competition DLtfVER E^l -- The Colorado Supreme Court Monday uphold Dr. George S. Williams, Lainar physician and surgeon, in his suit to enjoin another physician front practicing in competition with him at I/a mar. Dr. Williams had sued in Prowers County District Court to block Dr. Don Davis Mabray_from practicing medicine in Lnmar in violation of a restrictive covenant in a written contract between the two doctors. Dr. Williams contracted to cm- ploy Dr. Mabray Aug. 1, 1950 at a stipulated salary. The agreement provided that Dr. Mabray wouldn't practice medicine within Lamar and a 50-mile surrounding area without first obtaining Dr. Williams' consent. The agreement was for the Jifc of the contract and five years after the contract's termination. Dr. Mabray left Dr. Williams 1 employ March 3, 1955,'and established an cfficc in Laniar. The Supreme Court said Dr. Mnbray was wrong. It held he was doing w h a t he- agreed not to do, despite his contention that the terms of Uic contract had been amended. Saves Hoeing AGASSIZ, D. C. OR--Hoeing of weeds may be out of dale. Potato plots at the cxpc-rimenlal v farm here, treated with chemical weed- killer iir.d otherwise un tended, yielded a belter crop than plots that were hoed, satd horticulturist Jack Freeman. 8 Killed in Philippines MANILA Wl -- At least eight persons were killed, nine injured nd about 15,000 left homeless by late Benson storm sweeping the ntral Philippines, the Red Cross id Tuesday. Coonskin Space? MAGNOLIA-, Ark. Wl--Souther Slate college's student-operate radio station has a new program Its lilEe? "Davy Rocket, King o Space Frontier." Dr. Colin Brusc Stuart, of Urn komaas, .Smith Africa, was foun not guilty of touting (soliciting) fo patients, by the Medical and Dent Council. There was touting th council said, but it may not ha' been at Dr. Stuart's instruction. 5E THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING AND PROCESSING Pierce Meat Locker Phonn Ault 7757 ' Mrs. Carl Jung Dies KUESN'ACHT, Switzerland «1 -- klrs. Carl Gustav Jung, wife of he famed psychologist and herself psychiatrist, died at her home icre Monday after a heart attack. She was 73. Dan Sowers Dies 'FAIRMONT, w. va. -- Auburn D. ( D a n ) Sowers, 60, father of American Legion junior baseball, died Monday. 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