Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 23, 1962 · Page 8
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IPage 8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Nov. 23, 1962 Flood of Cuban Refugees Reaches Across America By THEODORE A. EDIGER |ing the early stages of their flight.worked with the Hungarian refu-, MIAMI. Fla. i Al"--Cuban rrf-]from Fidel Castro's dictatorship, gees in 1956-58. ugees. concentrated in Miami dur- are Sl ' attered throughout the tion. For Rent Typewriters and Adding Machines Latest Models All Makes 807 8th St. Ph. EL 3-0246 can return--and refugees gener- When Fernando Hernandez. 25. j ally believe it will not be long-- eft this month with his wife andjhow many will go home? i-month old daughter to start life anew in Los Angeles, he became Lazell believes 10 to 15 per centj will remain in the I'nited States. the 50.000th refugee resettled fromlThat means well over 12,000 in Miami to other cities. Miami and between 5,000 and The 50.000 are in every state 7.500 elsewhere. Other estimates! except Alaska, and in Puertoiare higher. Rico and the Virgin Islands. Morei Since most exiles have refugee! than twice that number remain!rather than immigrant status,' in the -Miami area. j congressional action may be re- 1 More than 2.000 babies haveiquired to facilitate their contin- been born in the United States ofjued U.S. residence. Such action- Cuban refugee parents. They are|was taken for Hungarians in 1958. j native American citizens. Thou- and 38.000 still are in America. '· sands of other babies have been Uncle Sam has spent some S60 · brought from Cuba by plane and'million in relief for the Cubans, 'boat. More than $2 million monthly goes] "The Cuban refugee situation Coin _. ./ .Teller !Uu* *** *** r ^V^ | Don Giovanni !"*tr* To Head Central |ndia City Play Series i im-t DENVER IAP' - The annual anj Hyderabad made 1.3M mil- Central City Play Festival next lj ul , U i':ns. r,e..r!y d^ble the p:o- Pierce ... By MRS. FRED WALKER PIERCE - Stuledo Club was received by Mrs. Adeline Turner al her home in Kunn on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Huitt assisted her in serving dessert before the meeting opened. After the business meeting, the i group played cards. Mrs. Lester opera |j c production ,, iLesh and Mrs. Harold Buchanan .,,,_ u . m ^ [Mm ^ by ; , JIKi |, an k nuti-s pruned at tlw In- "Don Giovanni." opeii with Mozart'-- ductum ut the previous year. To ^, ,,.,,.,, then stage Ver- mwt the increased demand for di's "II Trovatore" fi, the second ,,,;,,., ihe mints nmv work « liours received prizes provided by Mrs. ieorge Ball. Guests were Mrs. Roy Brees and Mrs. Blanche ·"airbairn. A gift exchange will be a fea- .ure of the Dec. II meeiine at .he home of Mrs. Earl Spangler. will play which will be an- dia Security I're.v. Nasik. in' 1961 nounced later. ,»as 2.534 million, their approximate v a l u e beine. Us l,4o! 5 A new currency i not« net loss pre.-s ha.- been set up. Officials of the Centra! City Op era House Association said the i-ron*. 1962 festival showed a of $71,115. but subscriptions from w ; r C was received on P' r ° n5 mure than covered mi*. T rsd C av S af^rlnTlhf home The net loss ta productin g the operas La Boheme and (.iiri of the Golden West" amounted to "Don't worry about the puddle, Dad. It's frozen over." '« 'he Miami area. Storm Doors Aluminum, Self-Storing · Full 1 In. thick extruded aluminum All Ideal hardware Weather stripped facing · Olllte bearing hlngei · Safety chain · Clo$er -- 10 year guarantee Pre-hung Pioneer Iniulatlon and Roofing Co Phone 352-6896 2301 10th St. Two Specials To Interrupt Quiet Sunday TV-wise has wider impact than any other | Federal relief payments amount such movement in the last! 1 " a SU!t) maximum per family, decade," said resettlement direc-, w ' lh lne a TM ra E e 5 90 - and a STM tor J. Arthur I-azell. who also!maximum pur individual, averaging S54. There are additional; state food grants. To help Cubans resettle outside refugee-congested Miami, where most cannot find jobs, the government pays plane fare and $100 per family to get started. Grain Firm Head By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TtUvisiOfl-R«dio Writtr NEW YORK (APl-This is the ' period--A short breather for l n e iSuQQ6StS C H i f l Q enjoyment of cold turkey before . · ? « · . the frantic Christmas shopping season begins in earnest--when it will be business as usual on television. By MRS AVA MILLER The Forget-Me-Not Garden Club was entertained by Mrs. Joe Nolle last week assisted by Mrs. Charles Sloan. Fifteen members and two guests, Mrs. Francis Mankey and Mrs. J. \V. Ayres. attended. Mrs. Ernest Pope, the resident, conducted the business meeting. The lesson on "Driftwood" was given by Mrs. Lloyc Meeker. The next meeting on Dec, larold Anderson on Nov. 15 hon- iring Mrs. Varvin Shannon. As sisting hostesses were Mrs. Waler Markham. Mrs. Alice Olson and Mrs. Marion Sealock. With the exception of a half- Ihour Sid Caesar special, slipped into Sunday night's niche at ABC normally reserved for re-running an old motion picture, all weekly programs will be seen in their ac- 1 customed spots. The viewer may watch the pro;rams of his choice, without fear if pre-emption for a special -- iuws or variety--unless there are ast minute changes or nationa emergency blows up. ABC, however, will slip one rerun of its Winston Churchill series and a re-re-run of "Father Knows Best" Sunday night to make room for a re-run of Art Carney's version of "Peter and the Wolf" (6:30-7:30 p.m. The Sid Caesar special, also on Sunday, comes at 9:30 that evening, following a 90-minute showing of a Western called "Trooper Hook." It all adds up to a very, very quiet week. AsWheatMarket PORTLAND, Ore., CAP) - The (resident of a major Northwest ;rain firm suggested Tuesday the Inked States look toward Communist China as a possible mar- tet for surplus agricultural products. Thomas Kerr, of Kerr Grain Co. 10 include the subject of Mrs. Earl Spangler. In the business meeting, it was report- to the building fund of the church at the citizenship coffee sponsored recently by the society. The Christmas luncheon date was set ahead to December 13. This will be held at the town hall at noon and will b« open to nisbands and friend'. Bazaar terns will be displayed for sale. Tlw usual meeting will follow Devotions and the study were were conducted by Mrs. Ray Brumfield and Mrs. Wylie Kennedy. The topic was. "Biblical Foundation of Missions." Mrs Dan Feickert became a member. CAN SAVE The association also operates the Twenty lour relatives a n d 'riends from Johnstown, Denver and Loveland attended. The program consisted of read- Mrs. William Escudero was a guest. Those who assisted with refreshments were Mrs. Spangler, Mrs. Al Auger, Mrs. Frank Crom. and Mrs. Fred Conger. j na nksgiving dinner at the home of thejr son :u,.| aw an d daughter, 'Christmas arrangements.". Mrs. Jennie Hadley, who has been confined at the Weld Counh Hospital the past five weeks is now at the Kenton Nursing Home She expects to return to her apartment in Greeley in another month. Mrs. Hadley is the mother of Mrs. Roscoe Sampson. Mrs. Vernon Purvis and Mrs. Astrid Carlson were luncheon guests of Mrs. Maurice Cash in Fort Collins last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Cook ,, , , "It would seem , , j turned last Friday from a trip reasonable a n d " . ern-l" gnd MisKluri They at . prudent that the U.S. govern-^ lhe mh wedding anni- INSPECTION STICKERS .Will expire soon. Avoid the rush . . . let us inspect your car now! WELLS MOTOR CO. CHRYSLER ment might consider sponsorship of a carefully selected and well- qualified trade missio.i to undertake a first-hand survey of the Chinese market, principally for the purpose of the sale of surplus agricultural products, such as barley and wheat, for payment in dollars." He said it is well-known thai Canada and other allies, including Australia and France, are selling such products to Communist China. "My reasoning," Kerr s a i d , 'stems from our steady outflow of ?old which is largely caused by military and other build-ups in the existing cold war." The United States could profit rom a Chinese dollar market, he aid, "inasmuch as China is ob- aining food supplies which are ion-strategic supplies. Kerr spoke before the Colum- )ia Basin Export-Import Confer- ·nce in Portland. He said, "Our recent history shows that our enemies of yesterday are our best Yiends tod'.iy, and this could be so with Communist China." DODGE 1108 8th Avenue 352-7246 jversary of Mrs. Cook's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Kier at Fort Dodge, Iowa, Then they drove to King City Mo., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Lewis Burk am other relatives and friends. On Saturday their son. Gordon, ant his family of Milliken visited here. On Sunday Mrs. Thelma Culver and Connie of Greeley spent the day with them. Mrs. Ernest Tittle is in the Weld County Hospital undergoing treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stanley have Deen in La Harpe, Kan., visiting lis mother, Mrs. Ella Stanley and other relatives. Mrs. Levi Cook returned home from Denver Sunday after spend ing a week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ro bert Holmes. She assisted in the care of her grandchild, a girl ings by Mrs. Minerva Abrams. Mr and Mrs E | mer Huiu were songs by Linda. JoAnn, LcAnn, part ^ a famil . ,,,.,,,,,, and Joline Shannon, accompanied by Mrs. Walter Heine, of Loveland and a reading by Mrs. Edwin Anderson. Mrs. Robert Shannon presented the gifts to the bride at a table decorated with a large wedding bell. Mrs. Virgil Shannon poured. The bride is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ovcrmire ol Ayshire, Iowa where the wedding curred on Oct. 27. The new Mrs. Shannon, a gradate of CSC, is now teaching in e Greeley schools. Shannon, a eautician, is also employed in ·eeley. At present they are liv- g in Johnstown. Mrs. Ray Hiner entertained the inochle Club Monday night ucsts were Mrs. Etta Conklin nd Miss Lillian Carlson; Score mors were by Mrs. Hiner, Mrs. , R. Cameron, and Mrs. Ted )oyd. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jones werei lis brother-in-law and sister. I Mr. and Mrs. Herb Luckritz. whoj ire returning to their home in] Cheyenne this week after re.-id-j ing a few months in Plaltbburc.., X.Y.. where his work had taken him. ; Karen Luckritz is enrolled a| a freshman in the St. Louis In-! stilute of Music which i? connect-; ed with Washington I'nivcrsity! at St. Louis. Mo. i Mrs. E. C. Phillips entertained j her bridge club at her home on, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Blanche' Fairbairn was a guest. Score win-: ners were Mmes. C. E. Veden.: A. B. Ross, Earl Spangler. James! Preddv and Lester Lesh. : who arrived Holmes had Nov. been 8. Rodne; slaying Administration Cheap WASHINGTON - Less than 40 cents ol every S100 paid to the Federal Government in taxes is spent for administration. Hearing Aids- Bogan Pharmsncy.--Adv. Johnstown with his grandparents the Levi Cooks, and returned t Denver with his grandmother. The Dorcas Circle of the Ba| list church met with Mrs. W. C Vandiver Nov. 14. Mrs. Lloy Meeker conducted the devotion on the topic "Awareness of God After group singing Mrs. Chart Sloan offered a prayer. The huf for the afternoon was planning the making of pajamas for the children at the Midwest ·lome. Longmont. Reports were When You Your Car At ORVAL JOHNSON GARAGE Complete Auto Service 1919 9th St. 352-7918 700 Balloons To Test Atmosphere WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Air 'orce announced plans Wedncs- ay for what it called the most lorough study of atmospheric zone ever made. The one-year research program, Lifting next January, will in- olve tire launching of more than 00 balloons. Ozone is oxygen that has been lectrically charged. Carrying the ainl odor of chlorine, it is poison- us to human beings and can arm materials such as rubber concentrated. The Air Force said the project vas made possible by the recent evelopment by V. Regener, ol he University of New Mexico, ol sensitive, simple and ruggec measuring device. The stations participating in the program are at Bedford. Mass., Albuquerque, and the Canal Zone; Mr. and Mrs. James Raney and ons in Greeley. Tri Five members, who were present at County Day Extension :iubs at the educational rooms of Our Savior's Lutheran Church Tuesday, were Mmes. Sam Schellcr. "Sol Schlagel. Leon Crom. and Phillip Kennedy. Tri Five group demonstrated greeting cards made in the home, and simulated cats made by decorating pop bottles. Guests at the Sam Scheller home for a week were Mrs. John Peckham and her two sons of Gothenburg. Neb. She will be remembered as Donna Bell Larson, lister of Mrs. Schiller, who taught n Pierce grade school several ;ears ago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerbs and .heir children were hosts at r amily dinner party at their home on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stewart entertained their card club in their beautifully decorated rec- ration room on Thursday night. The pink and silver color scheme extended to the card tables where refreshments were served and[| ;ames played. The parly was in celebration of j| he twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Carl I ·Yilzler, members of the club. I [hey were presented with a silver I water pitcher. At cards, the score honors went II o Claude Leaf, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Baiamonlc. Mrs. Roy I Schneider, Mrs. Elmer Nicks and I · Fuel Pumpi 8th of (ireeley Ave. at 9th 'St. COME IN SATISFACTORY WATCH REPAIRS- 75% of our watch repairs cost $1.50, $3.00, $5.00 or $6.50. Watches do not always need a m a j o r overhaul · v e r y time they ·top! "FAMOUS FOR DIAMONDS" Make Golds Headquarters for AUTO PARTS NEW USED State University, Talla- Gofi.se Bay. Labrador: INSTANT PAINT Florida rcassee: Thule. Air Force Base, Greenland; University of Wisconsin Madison; Colorado State Univcr- city, Fort Collins; University ol Washington, Seattle; E-ielson A i r , Force Base, Fairbanks. Alaska; and Ft. Churchill, Canada. Mrs. Douglas Lesh. The annual Veterans' Day pnn-| cake supper of Brown Foster]] Post American Legion was well atlended on Wednesday night. The group present numbered 40, Special guests were district officers. Com. Parsons and Adj. Sickerson of Loveland; Vice Com. and Mrs. Basey of Greeley; and Finance Officer Beeman of Fort Collins. Thanksgiving Day guests of given on articles which have been aken to the Home recently. Thcj USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS iresenl officers were re-elected j 'or the coming year. Visitors]. ...-. were the Rev. E. A. Cnltrin. pastor, and the Rev. Laurel firigg of Denver. Hcv. Cnltrin dismissed! the group with n prayer. SHUTTERS Intlde Hardwood WELLER LUMBER CO. Greek/ -- Ault -- Qilaton Cirbuntori t low pricei · Fan belli for ny c»r · Water pumpi · Voltage reguUtori, any car Shop and live at Comer l l t h St. al Sth Ave. . and REBUILT Oil (Uteri at low prltli Spark Pluga Tunt-up ktti Radiator hoifl Wheel cylinder-repair · klta Remanufactured tngjnti Guaranteed ; Or Your Money Back No turpentine, no selvents, no lumes, no mess. Just open, stir, apply, and clean your brush and roller under the faucet. A rich, flat finish for walls and ceilings. Cures to a tough lilm that can be washed new again and again. Instant Painl lor Sudden Beauty! _^-KOMAC A miscellaneous bridal shower was given al the home of Mrs. PAINTS 1,322 C O L O R S KOMAC PAINT STORE fil Mh St. Beydler Greeley Cabinet Shop Lumber Company . ibUb aUi Ave. 2Klfi lulh St. 3.-.2-517! HEAVENLY! G i f t paper, ribbon, tagf, «cala and g i f t trims, too! You'll find tliem all in oar gi{l wrap department. "Everything for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avt. MMMMMMMMMM?! can you tell which Tempest is the tigr? One ctrrigs our #v»/y 4, th» other our niw 260-hp V-P. So obviously they're both tlgtrs. only one's YTI can hive fun with either one, once you set your Pontiec diiler, Wlde-TftCk PotltiaC IjB SEE YOUR A U T H O R U L D " O N T I A C DUUR FOR K t W - A C T I N G UStO C A R S . 100 WELD COUNTY GARAGE, INC. !S1Q TENTH STREET GREELEY «l

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