Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 1, 1955 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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Page .4 CiREELEY'THIIiUNK, Thursday, Dec. I, 1355 Republicans Lay Groundwork for 1956 Convention CHICAGO tfl'-- Groundwork-for the. ISM GOP convention and a round of speeches by Eisenhower administration officials were pro gram items as the Republican National Committee opened a two- day session Wednesday. Chairman Leonard W. Hall said ·i i -statement outlining the schedule that the theme of the meeting was "the solid accomplishments of peace and prosperity 1 - 1 by Republicans. Hall bFought a personal n1e.- ·sasc from President Eisenhower for delivery to the committee, at its full dress session Thursday morning. Although a series of. pep talks was scheduled, s t a r t i n g w i t h an address by U. S. Ambassador Henry Cabot'Lodge Jr. at the chairman's dinner Wednesday night, political talk on' a scale lliat marked the Democratic National Committee meeting less t h a n two weeks ago was nnt expected. A majority of committee members want Eisenhower to run a g a i n . They were cheered hy llajl's ' report after a -ij-minule visit with · the Chief Executive at Gcltys- . burg, Pa., Monday that he-believes Eisenhower will seek a second term "if he feels he is able." Hall's repoit was coupled with a glowing picture of the President's recovery from. Ills heart seizure. Lodge's speech on administration accomplishments in the field of foreign affairs expected lo contain little campaign a m m u n i - tion for the Democrats. · · i f c was expected to skirt' the more controversial -areas dealing wi(h ponding International affairs because of efforts by Kisenhowcr and other Republican leaders to avert major p a r t i s a n squabbling over foreign policy. The commillec was expected to approve convention. call allotting delegate quotas to each state. A preliminary, unofficial compulation prepared last March iiuli?ii(cd t h a t the* 1956 convention at San Francisco will he m a d e up uf ahout 1.-300 delegates, Si more than in 1952. Revenue Commissioner GETTYSBURG. Pa. I* - Presi- d e n I Eisenhower - Wednesday named lUtsscll C. Harrington of Providence, II. 1., to be commissioner of internal revenue. Kisi-nhmvur had announced his intention of doing so several weeks 'apo at Denver. He gave Harrington a recess app o i n t m e n t . This' means Harrington's name will have lo -lie submitted lo the Senate for confirmation after it reconvenes in January. Jlarrin^lon succeeds T. Colcman Andrews of Richmond, Va., who resigned lo return to private busi- Red Berlin Rules Carry Threat of Major Blockade BERLIN' HI - U. S. officials said ^Ycdne5day "blockade" con* ditions could arise al any minulo as a result of the Russians' change in the rules on divided Berlin. A scnier American officer said (ho Soviet authorities have made it clear that: 1. The East G e r m a n Communist Republic ( D D K ) which surrounds Berlin is completely sovereign. 2. The Eastern Soviet Sector of Berlin itself is now part of (he Dim. 3. All the laws of the so-ea .cd DDR now applv to the w u a i l e r of Berlin which once was called the Soviet Sector. The net result, American .officials said, is that West Berlin is more isolated t h a n ii 'has been since the 1918-19 blockade. The American viewpoint derived from a t a l k Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dlhcr Jr., U. S.' commandant, had Tuesday with Soviet .Maj. Gen. P. A. Dibrova. Dasher delivered a protest against East. Berlin Communist police detention of two A m e r i c a n congressmen on Sunday. Dibrova told' Dasher East Berlin is now "the capital" of a sovereign state -- the DDR. The Russian added that iiis government no longer regards East Berlin an "occupied" sector. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT APS Officers of Dairy Group The IT prove merit Association are shown above after th? group's annual meeting at the Tea House, Tuesday. Three of the organiiaticm's six directors, a president and a, vice president were elected. The new president U Floyd Adler of Mead,.'Conrad Herbs) Jr. of Kersey wai named vice president. Front row [eft to right are Robert McKlnster, . Brighton; George Zimbetman, Keenesburg; and Adler. Back row left to right are Ivan Klein, Kersey; Allen La nib, Windsor; and Herbst. Two other newly elected directors not present when the picture was taken are Melvin Carlson, Johnstown, and Hirohi Tateyama, Ault. Tribune photo by Jim Moore, · ' AND FOOD CENTER BORTH and CROCKETT, Owners 831 7th STREET . Formerly Piggly Wlggly Sfevenson Will Speak at'Fresno ilm on Keeping Colo. fountain Roads .Open n 'Whiter Still Popular "Snow Head," Ihc Colorado De- artment of Highways 20-minutc oiind and color movie, is^ booked olid, across (he United' "States i rough March, 195G, as U rolls into Bellwood (Pennsylvania), to read Is seventh year of showing lation how 'Colorado keeps its mountain highways open through vint er' s nowslorm s. The .Public Hclatiots Division, vhich distributes the movie, staled hat 'Hhc list of towns in which Snow Road is going to be shown n 1950 reads like Slepfien Vincent Benel's poem on American-Names Salanioma (Indiana), Aurora (Col nrado), Scheneclady (New York) Licking (Missouri), Cokalo (Slin icsota), Shawnee (Oklahoma), Al bcmarlc (North Carolina), Putnam (Connecticut), Grand Haven (Mich igan), Patcros (Washington) am id en I of the CDC, made the an nouncement Wednesday. - A f t e r the Fresno meeting, Ste v en son will visit Democratic leaders in San Francisco and Los An- E. Stevenson, who has announced fi eles: The da[cs havcn ' 1 teen ar- his candidacy for Ihe presidency, will address the California Democratic Council's convention in Fresno on Saturday, Feb. A. Alan Cranston of Los Altos,.pres- ranged, Cranston sa"id it is expected that Stevenson will announce his entry in the California p r i m a r y before his trip to this slate. m THOUGHT for TODAY! · In a Calm Sett Every Man Is A Pilot. · . ---German Proverb Calm weather or stormy weather . . . you'll always enjoy 'quality in our rtry cleaning and laundry service. Budget-saving prices, too. We pick up and deliver. Phone us today, Greeley Laundry Dry Gleaning 718 7lh St. art of (he list." 'Snow Road's 11 reputation as he "Gon,c With Hie Wind" of civic, ind educational groups has grown i-illi its rising allendniioe total since 1049. In 195), 22,000 Americans saw Ihc Colorado iilm. By .he end ot 1955, 25,000 persons will :iave seen it Uiis year, from Maine (at the Humforrt Public Library) o the Stale of Washington (almost all the'schools in Olympia). In 1955, "Snow Road" was viewed most in the midland states and in Penficld, New York, a town where 610 grade 'school youngsters liked Colorado's road machines, mountains and snow., "Snow Road" is sent free to puhlic and private schools, civic and 'church ."'groups; other .govern-^ menial agencies and industrial employee .association's, which arc asked by the Colorado Department of Highways only to pay return t a R C ' o n the film. It \ v v produced by Department of · Highways employees: film, - direction was by Reproduction Supervisor John L. Wheeler,.script by Public Relations Director Wally Reef and musical accompaniment by Administrative Secretary Charlcne' Duller. ' . ' . ; : ' OPEN HOUSE SUNp.AY Pre-showmg of Christrnps arrangements, Christmai nov«IH«ft and plants. Erickson's .Gretn- houses.-- Adv. . . . . . . PARAKEETS Choose Your New Pet Now . . . We'll Hold II . 'ti! Christmas CAGES STANDS SUL'l'MKS G A R D E N C E N T E R Your Home Planting Headquarlevs 1817 9th Street. . 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