Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 25, 1977 · Page 26
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 26

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, May 25, 1977
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26 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed.. May K. 1917, New York hotel blaze kills 7 End of sa/e Real estate agents were about to make a sale on Bille Woodbeck's home in Lovinia, Mich., when a small problem developed. The prospect was about to sign on the dotted line when a thunderstorm toppled a hickory tree onto the roof of the house. The prospective buyers ran for their cars saying they had reconsidered. Damage to the home was not serious, and it does have a fireplace. (AP Wirephoto) Italy won't admit crisis near By STEWART POWELL WASHINGTON (UPI)--Italy faces political and economic ruin, jeopardizing NATO's southern flank, but the nation and its people refuse to admit crisis, says a study published today by Georgetown University. Italy appears to be "living in a sort of wonderland where things are what one imagines them to be, rather than what they are," Michael A. Lenden wrote in "Italy in Crisis" for the University's Center for Strategic and International Studies. A visiting professor in history at the University of Rome for two years, Lenden lived in Italy for most of the past decade, writing a column for Milan's n Giornale Nuovo and serving as Rome correspondent for The New Republic. Italy easily could be thrown into revolution, he wrote, although he conceded the nation "is famous for escaping" disaster. Both the dominant Christian Democratic party and the growing Italian Communist party "have much to lose from serious attempts at resolution" of the nation's problems, Lenden said in a 72-page article. "In many areas - the economy, the universities, the press and the government itself -- the combination of a DC (Christian Democratic party) that was never committed to the creation of viable, democratic and liberal institutions and a PCI (Italian Communist Party) explicitly committed to their destruction has brought the country to a state where radical surgery is called for." Yet in the face of potential political and economic disaster, Italians "are convinced that it is possible to pursue la dolce vita without collectively paying the costs," he wrote. "We can speak of a 'Nero syndrome' of enormous proportions, for Italians are whistling, dancing and making music while Rome slowly consumes itself in a conflagration ..." he said. Lenden said Italy has been turning leftward for 30 years. Upheavals on university campuses in 1968 and companion labor strikes accelerated the trend. The byproduct of the period was the 1970 workers's statute, a document which has promot- ed "a kind of anti-industrial free for all" in which unions enjoy immense power. The trend eventually could put communists in power, Lenden said: And despite communist claims to support NATO, Lenden said his evidence suggests a communist Italy "would represent a threat to democracy-at home and a major crisis for NATO and the United States abroad." · "It is difficult to imagine Italian communists participating in top secret strategy discussions with an alliance they consider ripe for complete reform and which is concerned about the possiblity of Soviet aggression," Lenden'said. If communists take power, Lenden said the United States should limit its contacts. Food stamp changes passed WASHINGTON (UPI) - The deductions now must be at or Senate, withstanding harsh below the federal poverty level, criticism from conservatives, Officials estimate that by July has approved a major overhaul 1978 the gross income eligibility and two-year extension of the limit for a family of four would food stamp program and made be $6,570 in a non-working the stamps free to qualified .household and £8,213 for a recipients. working household. Designed to cut abuse by The bill eliminates automatic high-income families and limit eligibility for welfare families aid to those truly in need, the and recipients of Supplemental $5.6 billion a year program was Security Income payments. It included in a major farm bill requires registrants to seek adopted by the Senate. employment and imposes a 60- A major change would day disqualification if a head of eliminate the provision that household quits a'job without households must put up some of good cause and then applies for their own cash to get food food stamps, stamps -- an innovation the Under the new standards, administration feels will make experts believe 1.2 million 3 million more persons eligible, current program participants An attempt by Sen. Carl Curtis, would be ineligible, and 4.6 R-Neb., to kill this provision million more would have then- was defeated, 64-31. benefit levels reduced. But Unlike the Senate, the House more than 10 million others is working on separate'farm would get the same benefits and food stamp bills and the they get now or more in some controversies must be resolved cases, in negotiations. .^naH^B^^^^H Conservative Democrats and Republicans denounced the stamp program as "welfare" and predicted that both costs and participation wouldspiral. An amendment by Sen. George McGovern, D-S.D., to extend the program for five years was defeated, 49-16; an amendment by Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., to deny food stamps to strikers was killed, 638; and an attempt by Curtis to require identification cards with photos and a national application cross-check was downed, 57-37. To qualify for stamps, a household's net income after It has been said that a way to a man's heart fhroogh his stomach. And indeed, this unromantic sentiment has received much support from some of the greatest connoisseurs and writers. The supreme gourmand Brillat-Savarin claimed that "The discovery of a new dish does more for the happiness of man than the discovery of a star." G. B. Burgin claimed that "good dinners are so much rarer than good women: and far more piquant." And in Don Juan, Lord Byron wrote: "All human history attests/That happiness for man -the hungry sinner -- Since Eve ate apples, much depends on dinner." Men and women alike will be delighted with the wonderful meal, service and hospitality they will receive when they dine at RED STEER RESTAURANT, LOUNGE AND SUPPER CLUB, Just 3 miles North of Greeley on Highway as. Enjoy one of our daily specials served daily from 11 to 2 p.m. Our supper club is open 7 days a week from 5 to 10p.m. HANDY HINT: ^ or ^ a * ex * ra touch that shows you care, serve cold soups in chilled mugs and hot soups in warmed mugs. AUTO GLASS For All Cars A M GLASS «24 I3lh SI. Ph. 3S2-6248 SUMMER SCHOOL? FOR ALL OF THE REASONS THAT A STUDENT NEEDS SUMMER SCHOOL/ HE NEEDS THE ANDERSON EDUCATION CENTER \V 1 , Remediation in the baiic 1 . which are the foundation of all other school subject' Reading - the key toeverythlng academic. Math - !he key to the sciences. Perceptual training -- the key to understanding instruction. 2. Individualized instruction No group competition Work starts precisely at students' level ot need. .Togrammed material - No problem with family vacation times - we just schedule around them. 3. An alternative to retention · A summer's work at our Center can mean that students who are failing May can be passing by September. t. Enrichment for the gifted and talented A * Bright students thrive on learning experiences and shouldn't be deprived ot academic nourishment for a fourth of every year. Call today for more information. ANDERSON 180216th STREET EDUCATION GREELEY, CO 80631 CENTER 352-4268 All Ages. By CATHY BOOTH as firemen searched the gulled ordered last August to install- 100 sleeping cubicles. Officials NEW YORK (UPI) -- A building, described by neighbor- an automatic sprinkler system. $aid'there were 74 cubicles on smokey blaze today destroyed a hood residents as long a "The results of the fire make it the third floor alone. · gathering place for hoiposex- obvious the sprinkler system "It's more' like a Bowery uals. was not hooked up." rooming house," O'Hagsn said. "If there are others still to O 'n agan ^ " We have The blaze-started on the lop seedy hotel and sauna in midtown Manhattan, killing or injuring more than a dozen injuruig IUUIK iiitui *· *·»·«»· -- ,,_.-.,, ...... _. v/liaKtUl S£lQ t ttc Have *·· ·*·-·-- . persons, authorities reported. there, I'm afraid there's little testimony from one person thai "oor of the brick structure ana At least seven people were hope they're alive," iFire there was a previous flre this quickly spread lo the floors killed and 10 injured-three of Commissioner John T.O'lfagan morn i ng around 5 or 6 a.m. below. The cause of the lire them critically - early today said. : Apparently the residents put was not immediately known. in the four alarm fire at the Some 100 fireman used 31 ou[ ^e flre m emsev!es and Raymond Walsh, 20, ot ura Everard Baths in midtown pieces of equipments fight the. 'didn't ca n us " Bridge, N.J., said he was on Manhattan. blaze, which burned out of One resident of the building, the second floor of the building Authorities feared the loll of control for almost two hours. who re f us ed to give his name, when the fire began, dead and injured would mount O'Hagan said the owner was said ne was ^ Kp on (he ' "I felt it. I kind of woke up second floor about 7 a.m. "I and saw the reflection of could smell the smoke. There orange under the door and then were people yelling and running I could feel the heat. It was WASHINGTON (UPI) - To where additional manpower and around. ' right in the next cubicle Just meet rising court caseloads, the resources are needed if the "I couldn't see any flames got up and got out 01 mere. Senate has voted to substantial- court is to dispense justice but the smoke was very, very Steven Fina, aresident of the ly expand the federal judiciary promptly in accord with! the heavy," he said. block, said he was returning by creating a new llth Circuit fundamental principles of idue The fire, first reported about f rom walking his dogs when he Court, 113 new district judge- process." : 7 a.m., raged out of control spotted the fire. "I looked up ships and 35 new circuit judges. The Senate last year passed a tor almost two hours. and saw smoke coming out." At present there are now 398 bill to create 45 additional The building, formerly a Carmine district judges and 97 circuit judgeships but the bill Us Turkish bathhouse, contained, a °» ze « s °TM«»« e SMrraln S =------ - - - - - - - ·-' i "health spa," sauna and about out on the street. Senate expands judge seats judges. The measure, sent to the House by voice vote Tuesday, would also create a new circuit court by dividing the existing 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. Under the bill's plan, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida and the Panama Canal Zone would form the refashioned Fifth Circuit. Louisiana and Texas would comprise the new llth Circuit. Sen. John Stennls, D-Miss., said "the history of the 5th Circuit establishes clearly that the caseload of that court has long since reached the point never acted on by the House'. ARBORLAND NURSERY 22465 State Hwy. 60 Number is wrong -- correct numbar is 587 -2258 Milliken, Colo. that's right folks, Memorial Day starts · the Picnic Season. We at DON'S have all the supplies you need to get the season off on the right foot. Our Meat Manager has taken special pains to see his department has a wide seltction of meats to cook on your grill. We have all the paper goods to aid your outing. Start building up your supply now so you will be ready whenever you decide to go. Care-free weekends are at hand but visit DON'S first! Perfect MEATS for Outdoor Grillina GROUND OQt BEEF PATTIES ib. Qy 69 BONELESS HAM - . V " ' BAR-S ALL MEAT WIENERS BAR-S »i FLORIDA SWEET. CORN U9 FLORIDA TOMATOES 29* £-*/ib. CANTALOUPE Fresh RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS 9 95' £bun. Xita* PILLSBURY FLOUR lOib. COCA-COLA 6 Pit. 12 oz. cans 95' GLAD CLEAN-UP BAGS5 95 KUNER'S KETCHUP^, 49' TOM SCOTT MIXED Q0 NUTS ,20,33 FANNING BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES H «. BUTTER-NUT COFFEE 3*. $ 9 5 $ 9 KRAFT JET PUFFED a t^t MARSHMALLOWS u, 49 ZEE COUNTRY GARDEN NAPKINS 140 Ct. KRAFT BARBECUE SAUCE 53 "Low priced QUALITY FOODS-__ plus... Friendly service!' \ I I 126 1st ST. EATON, COLO. -Mon. ; thru Fri. 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m; Sat. till 8 p.m; Closed Sundays-

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