Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 21, 1962 · Page 24
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 24

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 21, 1962
Page 24
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Pag* 24 GREELEY TRIBUNE Wed.. Nov. 21. 1962iSimpson lold the Coum-il of Chief-thai our real problem is that efihave brought about spectacular! Stop Extremist by Putting Them In Spotlight, School Head Says The supeiiiitttulent. Roy E. lM -' hwk -" 'apathy and iodiflercn-.'C. misinfor- . and lack of information." -- 'State School Officers. '· "The contention is :!liat uu literature buuk that in-ihc ^ai :cludes a selection b\ ixindbui" "There ii also a general un-l . ~ ishguld be iiM'd in an H ou:'|a\»aieiies-s. e»en among informedJSpCcial Delivery intprv\ entente in tlie scliools. he said, citing new programs in science and mathematics By 0. K. HODENFIELD ; The supeiintwident. Roy E.'-^'" 0015 - people, that the movement lead-i AP Educ«tion WriUr :simp»oii. said there L, one'Cah: - Simpson. «hu rrtirc.~ in Jauu-'ing these attacks is not merely BEACH. ITa. 'AP 1 -ifornia group leading an attack on ! ury alter 17 yeiirs in ihc jt,b. said coibervalive but b basically au- The only place to fight the cx- ; a literature textbook that incluuesUhcre is no iuvm Icr cumprumisc tremists who seek to impose their'the work of Carl Sandburg. 1'ul-iand "the only effective mean* of thwitarian " schools is in the spotlight of glar- political beliefs on the public iU'.'r l j rize-wiiuiins poet and his-'-combat development jglaring publicity which will awaking publicity, the California sup-; "The attack is based on the con-Jen tin- sensible pcowle of our com- eruitendent of schools said Tues-'tention that Carl Sandbui'g is anjmunities." day. alleged Communist - fronter.", "There is considerable evide. Simpson said the pressures, applied by individuals and groups upon state departments of education are intense and probably will increase. Many are good pressures, which I Nelson. Lot Fair's,TM LM Bershinsky to VAL1XJSTA. Ja. -Ar 1 ' -- Mrs. Annali A. Peterson answered a j ;nock at her door and «as handed 1 package by a *ma!l boy. I The youth, estimated to be 11 or K years old. then rushed to a parked car. which sped away. In the package was jewelry ,-alued at over $600 stolen Oct. 3 from the Peterson home. Weld County Real Estate Transfers Revenue stamp* on real estate trantfers are at the rate of V-10 per thousand. Nwwnbtr If Bein Farms Inc. to I'armon E. Jesiop and Alice May Jesiop. a Russell E. Segelke and Vernal Ralph A. Hicks to Wffllaml'. i- Segelke to BUlv L. Mills andjBersninsky and Donna u UK- C a d n l Mill,. Lot J9. Block 4,'shinsky. the north W fart ot U* S?, Firrt Adton. City oi'10. Block 9. Sec-ond AddiUonto Sreeley. Rev. J13.73. 'Edwards Homes, City of Grette). Temple Hoyne Buell to A^ma-iK"'- J19 K - mics Inc.. all that part ol the; Minnie Iracl of land being the SW 1 4 and $114.95. the S': of N\V'» of Section 28-4- ^greta 63, Rev S53.90. N'z of Section 20-545. Mayne Elouise Fulenwider to 21-7-62, Rev. $6 60. Edwin H. Nelson and Grace M Rev iweickum and Bertha \Veickura, ii,ot 11. Block 2. Starbird's Sub- Swanson to Floyd A.jdivbion. City of Greeley. Rev. Brauher. the NE'» of Sectiirn|S"' r William P. Bershinsky and Don-'iUSE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS 815 Tenth St. . . Store Hours: 9-5:30 Ph. 353-0204 EVERY BOY'S AND GIRL'S OUTERCOAT IN WARDS STORE IMPORT! SWIATIR MATIS, WARDS SPICIAL Superb styling, stitching In Wards long-line cardigans and slip-ons! Easy-care acrylic that keeps its fit ... cm and on. Fashion-new necklines. White and pastels. You won't want to miss this! 38 to 42. WARD SAVINGS! WOMEN'S PLUSH BOOTEES vi *; *· i.i. Pamper her feet with fluffy, feminine fashion of Acrylic acetate plush. Extravagant in every way but Wards low price. 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