Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 2, 1955 · Page 11
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Friday, Dtc. 2...1955. ; GKEELEY TRIBUNE; ·. 'l'«g« New Note of To Washington * - ^ · . . . . - , . - *'· . " By.JANE EADS - ' . · · ; iWASHliVUTON-'-'Capiiau'ies a r e taking tlloir position as 'citizens of a world capital seriously/'introducing a'h'evy note'of culture,- sophistication and elegance long lacking in a city of. such international prpminphcc.- -y/e still have .bur mad rush'of cocktail parlies,' but' they're.'now eix-lo-eiglit affairs and'much rlres- eier. .-Society; however is veering - nTore to" fhe~grand-twll. an.d. white- tie-receplion - type of entertaining, with concerts, recitals, art'exhibits, and gala.- thealrical openings .Increasingly popular. ·- ' More invitation's are by engraved . white. £ards- instead ^ot : oyer.jUie tejcphone, ' (1 ' re c'a U - ''on ej : ho'stes s' who iise'd- to .send 111 em by · telegram).': And'.when'they say black tie, men-wear black ties and dinner ja'cjc/els -'instead'ot business 'suits. When ·.they say. white lie they put on boiled shins and tails,and the ladies dress iri the'most glittering eilks and satins,' expensive furs and fabulous jewels. At one spectacular' ball one saw .enough diamonds to lighLup'the Washington monument. Mrs.'' : M'erriwealher '" Post's ' d i a - monds- -were : magnificent' but the pear-shaped .emeralds'../ijicimp2!iy- was also the _first' strictly cultural affair. The ·; widelv-a c c l a i m e d pianist Eniil Uilcls, .who g a v e ' a n txclling' recital,, was the first, of 115; couritry's artists :to- visit the ITnit cd^ States.since' 1921.17hc»m- bassador-lnd, men o f - t h e embassy wore formal attire' instead 'of the usual heavily-braided u n i S\ r m s worn'at Soviet shindigs In, the )ast, and Mrs.- Zaroubin,' the -ambassa- lor's Twife,- was- very- elegant .in -a leek ' g r a y . ' satin ' evening' gown o'pped by'a'lush' fox'sto!e.'V. - - ;· £ve'n-the luncheons .-'are' getting ancier. The affair '[ho no r i n g Guatemala's Caslillo-.Armais. and lis^wife one midday'^during their ccent visit was :a gourmet .meal or 100 iri'the beautiful-Pan Ameri:ah Unidn'^ Hall of the .'Americas, :omplet'e wilh'-four kinds of'ifine, atid - music .'.fiurnished:', by. the--Air. ?'drM'SympliontLLe"..-;" ' '.; Australia^Professor · ·- ·'. Of ta , Portugal, : «'-ore diamonds that were dimmed by her'456 car.it,.dMpblim oblong sapphire-pendant said to be the wbrld's-largest. ·· : . -Everi".'lh"e" Russians here are catching : the 'spirit',;, giving · (heir first formal black-'tie'affair at the embassy since-World-War : 1I.. It Qat; Repays Debt " ' CLIFTON-FORGE,' V'Jtfl-M Edith Michle,-a-high s z chopl-leac'h- er, "lives ! th'o'. cat "she' picked'..up and nursed hack.to health. The cat, named Ifoppie because an encounter with','a.'Hraln-'left it only three legs, ·.pounc'erT'.^on /a.', copperhead snake coiled .fo' strike-the leache; .ns she hung clothes on-a line. ]Io'ppie has received a. ''well · done" -from r the-; American .Society for the;.'Prevention of- Cruelty 'to Animals. A cat food company senl one ioo\ . m THOUGHT j for TODAY! 'V '. · . . ·:·: We Aim Above To X Hit The Mavk · .,..,; ---Emerson}; And we aim to'.''please--In; every' way^with-'Our 'rjuallt'y' dr* cleaning antl laundry" aervIceJr-'You'll ^ enjoy o u r promptness'.-'. o'ur 'thorough-;' ness with^your line clotheB'. Call us v today. * ... . · · fireeley Laundry Dry Gleaning , ';·-: '718 7th St. Boulder---Julius .-.Stone, .'Challis professor' of - jurispfudefree- and in- ernation'al · law ' at the'. University o f , Sydney,". Australia; ;.will. be the Charles UnghVThoms'on'-guest, pro: fessoi; at; the school .of .law at the University'c£ Colorado next^um- mer..- . ' ' ' - . ' · ; ' . * ·' - . The'- guest professorship... was made possible through'.'a 'gilt; of .he:late Olivia Thomson^.in.mem- ory' of her husband,'Ch'arUs Inglis Thomson: Each year, trie .dean^ of ther'zchopl· of. law-invite's,'a.n- out slariding'"Afn2rjcah or world author ityin a field 'if'.law' to lecture- OE major subjects covering many clas sifications.'' ' ' · " ' ' ' ' - ' - : . _ ; · · .Stone .will'lecture-on -"The Prov nee 'and;'Function .pi. Law.". The lectures will be.'bpen.to degree candidates and special- students in the school of-law and to qua'lifted students-from-other-schools :· of the university.as.well as.to other per- ions-who may attend .Is-auditors: Before'coining to Cploradb Stone will lecture.' at the law 'school! at Columbia'" university Muring-'.'tht spring term of-1956, and after the summer'in Boulder will go to the Harvard"law' school"'where.he .will be a visiting lecturer' during' the academic'·year'-U956.-57.. .While' at Colorado " Stone: will., fly M o f t h e Hague to · d eliver, a. series o f : f i ve lectures.' "' - * ''' l - - ·· ' · - - , : Stone received » B.A..B.C.L. and p'.C.U 'from .'Oxford university,-, an LL.M. froni the.University of Leeds and an S.J.D. from. Harvard law school-He is a member "of the.New Zealand and.V|cU)rian-bars'and of the bar of- the'hiRh. court .0-' Aus tralia. Stone' is a solicitor'of .the English ' supreme, court,' 'an · execu liV'e' m ember' of" th'e r Australi ah -' So cial. Science. Research · council' chairman of : the Commonwealth o Australia UNESCO fCommiltee.for the .Social.''Sciences;' and' genera editor of'the Sydney Law Review. During his^carcer.Stone has writ ten nurn'erbtiV .articles .for-, publics tipn. - H e r h a s . taught; a t - Harvard University", of: Leeds;,Tufts' college and.-Auckland.University, college. .Others ·.who,have. been-.Chark! Ingiis.Thomson guest:professors a the'iUniversity of'.Colorado' are Elliott.Chetatham.vZach'ariih Cha fee, Hcrsch'Lautter'pacht, : Austin W.'Scptt, Edmund Morgan, George K.:Osbo'rne,-Lewis Simes and Ken neth,Chip .Davis. , . ". · Samuel Mullan.'of bma'gh, found one-of-the best pearls- ever'taken from a . Northern ' Ireland'' river while 'pearl fishing in "the'Hiv'er Strule. It was 18 grains; perfectly ro'und -and with- excellent irride scence*. ' . , : . · . , : "' : " WHAT DID THE DUMDIDDY DO? When.Sbntq tries t o . r e i c u e .a iclfish ..little, bby nom«d Bconle 'from the wicked Gimme'.Dwarff he It- offered all the gold in the .world. . · ' ' . ' / Of course, taking it. would, put .Santa in th«* Dwarf'f power. But all'the goW in thelworld ii'-a^lot o f gold. . · . ' , · ' · · ' · ' ' · ' ' . ' : Santa got into tuch a predicament after a'littta. clay man coifed a Dumdiddy asked him to tare-Beanie, who had runaway from home bfcauie he hated to 'jir«. presents of Chrijtmai. ' . '; \ :-\~f'./. ·''..*'/-·'·...'·': . . Beanie end .the Dumdiddy had many exciting ad-' venfurcj before the Gimme Dwarf '90+ ; Be«ii«.' : Csn Santa lore them row^-or will Santa fall ric'tim to the Gimme Dwarf too? Read '. . ,. ; S,ANTA.AND THE DUMDIDDY · . The Chriifrnai Story by Lucrece.HudgHii Beali · ' - .STARTING IN f HI · · ' . · :'·: · : ' " ? ' · : D^e. 5 \, Viley ; angle at^Heapg? in. (General; \Y.ASHINGTON.Wl -'Scns./Wiley Vyis) and ..O'jrahoney;. (IMYyp) jtvjntb,.a ;brislliijg.exchange''^! ye)resday's '''Senate .'. committee citing .'on.' the ^General] Motor's Co.mrnXnts'.. about ,'politics and lill'l-ifallying'^'came in.,-.' "',"'. "' But'at the eni the two senator's irtked 'glasses 'of water in a toast. .Wiley..bcgari'by! a'sking'.lliat GM : « 'given in 1 advance the.'narncs.'of resent and. former dealers v»it- ig to testify.' : ' ,'''. . ' · ' ' · ' 'O'Ma'honcy, who has been cori' ucting'rnosl of the public hear : ' ngs on. GM. alone for the Senate udiciary ADli-Trust and. f«Ionopoly iibeb. min'ittee^reje'cled Wiley's re- ue'st unles's 'GAt,''officials' first rbmis'ed 1 "there w'ill be no ' re : risalsY' ; '-';;·'"'. r . '';"'· .:·:'·' ·' I L I don't want'General Motfirs to ring reprisals'- before' these deal- rs'testify," O'Maho'ney told Wiley. ·Wiley' said GM - officials ; 'should now. in"- advarice':'which ''dealers ill -tesUfy''iri order'- to 'prepare nswc'rs and present : all the facts; ·"We don't...wantLto go off 'half ocked^". Wiley said. .'. ' ' · : Otherwise, Willey i a i d ' t h e hcar- Jig'"'.'will be 'dilly-dallying around." hill the new session of Congress n'January. ·' "1 ..- .- -v" -·' 'r- ; ,0'Mahoney broke in to'deny-there ad. been ·"dilly-SellyingV-'and :as- ured Wiley that the'"GM inquiry ·buld 'wind up in "mid-December nd GM officials would h a v e . a m - le':timcv to testify: .- ! · ! .-.Wiley . said the Senate ·· inquiry hould-'ibe 'fair,.even though; '-'this s - a popular issue-and'there'is a olitical'year, ahead;"--. .. . ---.. O'Mahoney, his face flushed, de- narided-..to' know, if--Wiley , : was harging 'him ; with..conducting-a olitical hearing. Wiley did not rely: directly. -. -. f .- · ,0'Mahohey. then denied .that ,he ad-ever conducted $enateihear : ngs.fpr political advantage.of the )emocratic parly.. : - . . "Nobody" can-cast ..reflection on ny sincerity a s - a ( member*, of life enate," O'Mahoney told ,Wiley toward the end of the. exchange. " v ·. "Ivhave.'not.- questioned..-..your incerity,- brother,-. : and . ' f . can't uest^on. your, inl'egriry," Wiley .-re- Then with a'.'laugh Wiley'raised glass of water anu suggested .a oast". . . ' -. . .O'Mahonoy , lifted .another, glass if. .water!-and" clinked', it ..with Wiley's. ' · ' . ' " " . . ' Churches To U ; rge : . _ . ·urplus.U..;S.' Grain . , . JOHNSTOWN '-. Mr.» and Mrs. Laurn Beeler spent Thanksgiving week in 'Sidney; iMor.t.Vvisiling -at the home, of- the'; ncwlyweds/ 'Mr.' and'ilrs^ MeiI:!Bceler.-Vniey'»re ocatcd at 301 Seventh'avenue'S.WJ Beelcr. is employed its. station gent-for. Fronticr'Ajr:l'iies.·--'·;· "Mr.'-and' 1 Mrs.' Claude' Lot^idge illended"tjifl- Golden'-Wedding 'in; iversary ''of Sir.' a n d ' Mrs.'* Bob rfaddox' of ;GreeIcy Sunday.-. Frilay',: Mrs.vLotridge w a s ' a guest I the stork shorter for Mrs! Royce Marshall' of -Gfce'ley.. .' '" ' '"-' '*-'. Thank'sgivirig' gibs'ls' "it''· the' AT- wrt' Rcichcrt haiiie'wcra' Mr/ui'd Irs.' Giist Reile''bf Sf. Francis, an.', and .5ir; "an'd.'Mrs.' James erisen'of Berthoud;''' * .' ; ''". · Mr. and. Jlrs,; Floyd. Hale and jr." and Mrs. \Vaido Rcichp'rt re- urned Monday' from .a.ld 'da_ys rip' to. "Ohio. 'The.',Hales.' vjs jt!d heir sop and new daughter-in-lawi Ir.; .and VJlfX: J i m ' Ha!'e,.yat'.,Ma';' ,bna,. Oh'ib,'. while, the-' Re'chcrts pe'ntj their ,lime 1 in .Cleveland at Sc-new'home"of Mr'.'.and; JI'rs.''lC.'' ). Steshey.. Mrs.'^Stesney^is*: the or'riier Irma Re.ichert, a"sister .of Mr. Rcichcri.''The' grandparents,' Vr. and Mrs'.'.Aibflrt Reic'hert,' took' are. .of. the .three, children, Joyce',Q,. .Joletie,: 7," 'a'nd^'.Susan, 19' months, ..''..'.,' ( --^ " '.* '. '*." Sunday ''evening/.'.a gVpup x ;6f riends ^gave..^!^ ;pick Finches -a' urprise -hoiisewarming 'party."A ovely cake 'with'/(Tie n e w ' h o m e ^mbossed iii thc-.'icing .was' used n .the refreshments, served from a .tea cart ihat.wa's^giyen.'as the* iouj'ew'armin£ gift, ^ ' v - ' 'sirs, - C h a r l i e . Reider ''was.. ad-_ milled .to', Weld'.,County.'..General lospital Sunday for surgery Monday, ' .'· . - V " - ' -. '..' ." ,. : .pMAHA (fl -- Tbe National:C'6uri- cii o'£ Churches'". General.- Bpnrd Wednesday.. adopted - a resolution jrgin'g 1-14,000 member .churches' to iring . pressure".against the :U. S " it. 'of Agriculture for'.-release o. surplus graui.'fpr 'overseas needy 'The'action came .after R.'Norris iVils on., director- of " t h e nationa council's .relief ' arm, told the 1 ward's quarterly -meeting efforts ,o'.' free. Commodity* Credit. Corp ' : CCC) wheat and corn under terms of a 1954 law had been unsu'ccc'ss- Wilson said that after appealing .the Republican National Com mittee.he had,been.able,to .lay the matter directly -before Secretary Benson, who showed interest 1 anc promised to study -the situation. However, others in Benson's de Jartmcnt had insisteM that since he needs of the nation's own needy i'ad not been met, the grain could not ,be released' for use abroad ie said. . ": . Wilson 'told the council the grain isn't being released in this country either." He said it had been suggested that "if none was heinf ·eleased domestically, the - t o l a could be released td us." ' * Wilson quoted this reply from Dr Earl Butts, assistant secretary o agriculture:. '. ' . ' "If we were to make,grain avail abfe for overseas use? without using t in America, we'd -have a hue and.cry a.t.pur.back.fromll o.ver ;h,e-. country'." ' * .; * ~' · }' \ ' ' "Let 1 s^have' : a'hue and cry bf cause, they have not released it, ! Wilson' urged. '· -Trie.pep'tl'of Agriculture has au thority; to ; release* surplus com modifies .to nonprofit Voluntary agencies for use in assistance o needy outside the United States aft er.certain other needs-are met. The church world. service, o which Wijson is director, and agen cies of other church groups hav been . di.slribu'fmE.; other surplu commodities abroad. In -the 195 calender "year,' : Wilson said, "w will.have, distributed ^HO millioi pounds of surplus, almost entire!; powdered mill:, butter and cheese "if in" the very near future thes cereal foods are released,.we coul distribute Z50 ' million pound through our church and coordinate bodies overseas in 1956." A.Tokyo firm is'offering to bu; gall-stones in 'America for use a drug materials. - · : · Even .the soft'p^rts o f - a n i m a l s ' re. sometimes.-turned, to' rock.^arid preserved, in microscopic, detail; as fossil. , . . '- . ~. · .' :. -.'. . ' . . , nsurancB Offered Here Withoul Extra Cost Life, Health ,and ; Accident riiGur- ance'witbout'additlonal cost'is npw jeing orfered,by''Aetna"Flnanca Go. ii'connectioa with their .perisoiial an servicfe. 1 ' '"[ '".\_,' .".'. ' * The Inaurauce -policy is .glvefi on all loans from-ISO'-to ?1500..'u cnv-. ers tho unpaid balance on a loan, aa weir as riiotitjily jiaynienls .In' the event of','diKability for "Store "itan 30 'days' due to,illness or accident This'is the first"'time" any : loan lirhi in the U.S! has made an~bffe"r of this kind, according to the Aetna office. ^' , - · · · : · - - , · Loans' may he made : on ·' aigna- Lure or - . other plan, for consolUla- tion "of ,· billB,-\ Holiday -Duyins, or _p_l hot*/ I^y rpop^e; !R c_duc cd ,',-pa y men t r often can^ bo arranged:'""·'_ ,"" ( .' ' f - · Persnns" liere atid in nearby ; towns wishing .to .UBG; this service 'anc eiijoy'tlie'benefitH of|tlie new ipsur ance"'fealuro'are'iny'itefJ In'call or see'the'Aetna office, 703 Oth.'AveJ Phone'^567.' · · · - - " · ' ."Ady. | Christmas Gift Wrapping Popart Ribbons .'- ,· [ · Greeting Card] J' ' ' BEAUTIFUL , ASSORTMENT, I 49ctoS1.50 COtY COSMETIC SETS . 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