Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 21, 1961 · Page 6
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Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, October 21, 1961
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Fast 6 GREKLEY TRIRUNK Sal., Ocl. 21, 1!)G1 The Greeley Daily Tribune · nd The GrttUy Rtpubllcan IXECUT1VI STAFF U I I . D R I D I I A N S E N _ P u b l l i t x r . H O J I K i n W I D I . U N D I.T.O 0. K O K N I G Buln«i M f t A. I. PKTF.RBKN J A X t tSTRlCK. JR. rlre. Mtr. C L A H K P A C K OAPPA draws his soil nulrleiitj. This sorl of talk profits no one bul the f a r m e r . Aro you doing overtime for lli° ibankj becnuso you have n o l l e a r n ed lo. live williln your Income? PublliVd Repu lffM ( Dir b; Tki TrlbuBt-Republie»* I'obll«blni Co. OtJIe* 114 KlffMh St., r.rwtrj, ir*4 u ·reond olflci m Oml . th« Act Mirth I, 1111. r. Colorado anrfer Hon. Tht A u d i t B U T M U of Circuit- woeUM Jr«i ta «nOllr4 «elu to tbf 1:1 r of r*pt)bUe*i(or of tl tK* lo«| newt print* d In thli TH«-»- Fl|«r «J w]| ** ill AT »tw« When you bought lhat big tractor M i t o i ' d i d you buy o vacation you could * dl '»f,*!"' lxrt a((or1 ' 7«M Editor, Tticrc never was a lime when 'it was more Imporlain lhal Ihe sub't'lpil" pr!" ~ij"mtri~ia'*'\l* m 'x had I' 10 means lo reach decision nol determined by tbe prolil urge of olh ers. Conserve you resources for best use and we will hove fewer surpluses and more (arm profit. C. 0. Plumb Greeley, t month. I t . O O . ' n n Il.tO. Ill mill ouuldl "t Cotartdo, 1 TMT 114.00. oi.t w o n i r , I1.Z9. F o r r l j H eourvlrtM 11.16 worilri nijr «*rH«T 11.20 month. P U H L I O P O i l U M i foUlc forum In- ttn muit b« no I p n r t r thip 410 *orHs. Cornet i l l i n i u m rauit b« D r l n U ' l [liucd U Tht Till- Un«.R«publ4eJn P u h - Ilitilnr Co. by fir«- l«y T r p«jrr»pl)lral Union No. Ml. ·Pause and Ponder --"M Jtrenf *nd »f G*«4 Cwr*|t" "Arise, for il It your (ask,. . .b* strong and do it." -- Ezra 10:4 Worth Striving for Popular opinion about the United Nations tends ; CD is Costly But May Prove To Be Priceless To Tlic Tribune: I've read many articles in your paper concerning civil defense. 1 m a n y people wrlle in lo lell you their opinion. Well here Is mine. I think civil defense is wonder ful. I believe in it very strongly Quite a few people are agains il. They Ihink il is a waste o bul il is a proven Tactile defense program to be polarized. At one e x t r e m e stand Chose who c l a i m . j s completed, more than 20,000, for it, w i t h n k i n d of f n n n l l c a l optimism, the ability to settle all international disputes and set the world to rights. At the other end of the spectrum, a small 000 lives cnn be saved in an emergency. I think this m a n y lives are worth saving. In Ihe f i r s t place a strong civi but vociferous m i n o r i t y condemn the U.N. as an in-idefensc system might r e f r a i n lli strument of the devil which will destroy nalional|TMe"i.y fTMn attacking us. sovereignty and bring the world to ruin. Neither of these extreme views can be accepted by reasonable men of good will. It is more important than ever, now that the U.N.'s life is threatened by internal dissension, to keep one's opinion about it in rational perspective. The United Nations is humanity's best effort lo impose order on a chaotic world and to achieve through '' concerted action a society !n which all men shall have the rights and opportunities now enjoyed by relatively few. This goal has clearly not been reached; there is little prospect that it will be reached in our lifetime . it may never be reached. But. it-is a goal eminently :worth striving for. That is the essence of the United Nations--a striving toward realization of man's besl hopes. Tt merits the devoted support of all whoso concern extends beyond their own daily lives. Student ^ron We Must Back President on Berlin thought t h a t we could survive ami strike hack may stop this a! Lack. Civil defense, like any kind o insurance is expensive, hut in a emergency it Is priceless, a priceless as your life. Marjoric May Seventh Grade Meeker Junior High By LINDA QUAN Junior *t GrMUy High What happens if Berlin goes? This s · giant question mark staring the free world in the face. The deciding factor in determining the position of the West lies in President Kennedy's leadership in Ihe crises to come. Wlielhcr or ' not the American people back him is of Ihe utmost importance. The United Stales, standing firm . · on its principles, musl maintain it* position of leadership of the free world. At the present time the most Important crisis facing the free world is Berlin. East Berlin has already been sealed off by the Communists. That step was easy West Berlin comes n e x t ! The free world's responsibility canno permit this to become a reality But, it can! Berlin is only an other stepping stone in the pad the Communists are making which leads to world domination Khrushchev's "strategy of ter ror" has already become a real ity. The resumption of nnclea testing and the announced testln; of a 50-megalon monsier bomb prove this. West Berliners no\ xpecl Mr. Khrushchev to mnko m attempt at closing off all air Two Defectors Say Half Red Police Would Flee BERLIN (API-Two East Gcr man policemen who fled to (h West say half of the police in th Communist zone would join (he if Ilicy could. llorst Stneubcrl, 19, and Bern hardt Ileincckc, 21, made 111' statement to newsmen Friday i' telling of their escapes earlie (his week Ihe Red barricade d viding Berlin. "How many Vopos (Communist People's Police) would desert if they got the chance," a newsman Milken . . , By MRS. F R A N K VETTER MILLIKEN - A commltlec con Ming of Mmes. Mildred Mass-j man, T o m Chcsnul, Edward' Cnaub, J l a r r y Koch, 111 c h a r d dann, and Eddie Kerbs met to make final arrangements (or the lallowecn parly. It was decided :o have a coslumc parade for all the children through Ihe sixth ;rode. Tills will be Ivcld at Ihe Milliken gym on Tuesday evcning Oct. 31. The calagories of judging will be; spookiest, funniest, irclllcsl and Ihe most original. A prize will be given lo the best 'our In each grade and also lo each child In coslume. The par ade will start promptly at 7 p.m. with the Lions Club providing the judges. Immediately following Ihe judging a carnival will be open to the public in Ihe rec- realion and lunch room. There be several game booths, a fish pond, a spook house and an adult ond child door prize. The PTA members are contributing items (or a bake sale. Pizza, coffee and dessert will be served throughout Ihe evcning. The sev-1 enth grade art class volunteered lo make posters to help advertise the c a r n i v a l and the grade school is making dccoralions. The PTA committee decided lo have the carnival for entertainment and to pay for the parade from their budget instead o( asking for donations as in the past. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cook and family entertained lasl week al a dinner honoring his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook, who celebrated llrcir golden wedding anniversary. Guests w e r e the Cooks' children, Leonard Cook of Sanla Rosa, Calif., Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Cook and children of San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Thelma Culver and Connie of Greeley. Leonard Cook spent several days with his brother and family the Gordon Cooks. Mrs. Charles Stroll and Mrs. Frank Vcttcr spent a day in Denver, recently. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Millard Kahm and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Case and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Veller and Susan of Denver and Mrs. Kennelh Drielh of Fort Collins were ing Ihe group in the "Pledge of able lo all interested persons In Allegiance." Mrs. Elmer Slroh gavi' the devotions. A final report was given on the mcmbcrsli!p drive hy Mrs. Earl Nichols, chairman. The tolal membership is now 1M. Mrs. Elmer Stron re ported on the Weld County PTA meeting held in Greefcy, which she and Mrs. Kerbs attended. This meeting was on legislation and the Federal aid bill. Richard Mann announced that the Milliken Town Board was working on a 9 p.m. curfew lo keep Ihe children off Ihe streets. Mildred Massman, co-chairman of the Halloween party, reporled on some ideas her commilleo had sug- gcsle-1. Mrs. Kerbs introduced Dr. Edward Kinzcr, representing the Weld County Medical Society, who gave- a shorl talk on "Social izcd Medicine." L. A. Ramseycr announced that the senior class is making identification tags avail cooperation with the civil defense program. He also reported on the i r o g r c s s ot reorganization of schools. Mrs. Kerbs announced the next Weld County ITA meet ing would be held Nov. 13 at the Home Light and Power Co. al Greelcy. The senior class won room counl ivilh the largest percentage of parents present. Refreshments were served by the sixth and twelth grade parents. Milliken Women's Club met al Ihc home of Mrs. Archie Palma- ol Jolinslown, spoke on "Consumer and Finance Knowlcdgeabilily.'' A question and answer period; followed. Guests were Mrs. Floyd 1 Binder nnd Mrs. Albert Smith. Refreshments were served by Mrs Palmalccr and her daughlcr, leer lasl week. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Merle Warner, president. "The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag" and the "Club Collect" were repeated in unison. Fourteen members an swered roll call. The resignation of Elma Gaw was accepted will regrets. Eileen Winkler inlnxluccc the speaker of Hie afternoon. Don Davis ot Ihe First Niilional Dunk Mrs. Winkler. Nest meeting will be with Mary Nelson, October 27. MANILA -- Hie President auc Cabinet of the Philipppines have authorized import of 8.8 million pounds ol high grade U.S. Virginia leaf tobacco. D A I L Y C R O S S W O R D AOKOSS 1, Cant 6. Steal 11. Greeting 12. Hla.waUia'3 boat 13. Greedy 1. Soft rntua 8. Shrub genus 9. A work by Keats 10. Weird (var.) nd rail accesses lo the city. If asked the two in an interview at his is done, it will make Berlin a Wesl Berlin refugee camp, a liny island in a Communist sea,; "At least 50 pel cent," said which nt any moment could bejllorst, Then he asked Bernhardt, completely destroyed. If the WesirWouldn't you say aboul lhat?" allows Mr. Khrushchev to carry| "Easily," the other replied, nit his so called program of life 1 The (wo mel for the f i r s t time before negotiations begin, we w i l l j a t Ihe camp a f t e r scaling the ind our bargaining position ihatlbarbed wire and brick barrier in much worse. Berliners feel it is separate flights from their palro' a dangerously weak position as posts along Ihe border. t is. President Kennedy has already made il quite clear t h a t Ihe West desires peace, bul lhat we will! light to maintain Berlin. In bis address to the U.N. Kept. 25, 1961,' Kennedy stated that the entire w as recenl bostess lo Ihe DD world was living under a nuclearjciul). Those amending were «word of Damocles, which \vasl M c s s 1 s am) Mmes Burt wick hanging hy the slenderest o f | s ( r o m Uo(tncy Bolil , i G | en A n threads, capable of being cut at k Bin Rul , G u s Ruh AnrJ any moment, by accident, miscal- ^vcst culnllon or madness. This is what we Briggsdale . . By MRS. HOWARD BICKING BRIGGSDALE -- Helen Cass Doli all( , e v c n i n g . , [oma Kym ^ e e v c n i n g wa is is what we are facing in i s p c n t b y playing five hundred world today. We must stand ,| iRh priz(;s were won hy nodnc firmly behind President Kennedy's HO,;,, nnd Mrs Glen A n k decisions, not only for our own ,_ mv izes tt . ore won b Mrs selves, Dm aiso lor ine entire, D , Bolj rf wickslrom free world. Letters to The Tribune Mr. and Mrs. Denny DE.xon fron I.os Angeles, Calif., were hous guests of Mr. and Mrs Lloy recent dinner guests of Mr. and JJENR-Y Mrs. Gus Vetter and Jim. After- oon callers included Mr. and rs. Alex Drieth of Crcelcy. Members of the Refulgent Re- ckab Lodge N'o. S8 who attended e Rebekah assembly session held t Fort Collins recently were; Imes. May Mellon, Mary Nelon, Florence Barver, Floss Alt- ater and Norma Kilgore. Join ng them on Monday afternoon to eceivc the assembly degree were Imes. Kathryn Hooker, Mai-y Jllen Bowman and Esther Nich Is. They were also accompan cd by Mines. Susanna Werner Vilma Gray and Maude Sapping on. Mrs. Mary Nelson was the lelegate. Frank Mellon spent last wee! n Estes Park will, his daughle. and husband, Mr. and Mrs, iam Grove, and with other rela ives. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Adkis ion and Tammy of Greeley Mr. ond Mrs. Frank Adkisso spent the weekend at Otis svit Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Adkisso ind daughters, Terry and Cindy who returned home with the grandparents, They will visit her until teachers convention [heir parents will come for thorn Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wanek, an FARM A D V I S E R PAUL 0. LA V I U 6 \6 A GRAPE I!J CALIFORNIA OULY ABOUT 2,000 STARS V I S I B L E TO THE NAKED TELESCOPE FISWUG ROD WAS INVENTED BY EVE2ETT HORTOW, Bristol, Conn., mechanic, 60 THAT U£ MIGHT GO FISWV1GOH6UNDAY WITHOUT BEIWO , SUSPECTED/ IT WAS MADE TO FIT 1N5IDE HIS COAT.,,, 14. Wisconsin's 14. Heavy How (slang) 16. Pantry Invaders 18. The Orient 19. Ponderi 20. Adolescence 22. Single unit 21. A ShoBhon. can nickname 15. Russian river 16. Equip with men 17. Alcott heroine 18. City train 19. Kogry 21. Guarantee 23. Eject 27. Meaning 28. Isolated hill 29. Maple 30. Sprinkles 31. "The Hippy Warrior" 33. By 34. Donkey 37. Half ems 38. At home 39. Grass fipcars 41. Comstock 43. Boundary ·H. Measure 45. Sword« 46. Shun DOWN* 1. Exclamation 3, Firearm 3. Fluent 4. Ancient 6. Toward 6. Meager 43 10-2) DAILY CKYPIOQUOTE -- Here's how to work It: A X Y D L B A A X B ' t o L O N G F E L L O W One letter simply stands for another. In. this sampla A ii used for the three L'«, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apos- trophiei, the length and fsrmatlon of the words are all hints. E*ch day the code letters are different A Oryptojnun Quotation F T W L O B 1 I V U U A L V D R T G D O R I O G I D P T S D O U Z A B L, R. I V N Z U D D L V L I N K T J O R L Z ' D B I C -B T F V L. Yesterday's Cryp'oajiote: TALK FAITH. THE WORLD 13 BETTER OFF WITHOUT TOUR UTTERED IQNORANCE-- WILCOX. (O 1K1, Hint Feiturtt SyndkiH. Inc.) By Carl Anderson Johnson. Mrs. Dixon wil be re Writers in Student Forum Are Commended To the Tribune: Congratulations lo the Tribune on The Student Forum articles. Cindy Telep iFor Curbing Fed- tra) Govl. Powers) displays an »cute awareness of the dangers of big government thai many an idult doe not understand, an »waren«ts that must be awaken «d in more people if we are lo ·void surrender to socialism aik world Comunism. Bob Mellbye (Red China: To BE or Not To Be) has expressed in dear terms a problem tha cannot receive too much publicl ly. \Vhiie an overwhelming ma jorily of the American p e o p l e (eel, as Bob docs (according l recent survey}, some of our so called leaders in Washington win will have the final say in the mat : ' (er do no; seem to be so sure. The parents of these two stu -dents should be ( a n d undoubted]; are very proud. I hope the Trib ..line will continue this scries pern : : .ancntly because it is a real pub ·;1ic service to give cncouragemen :" : to Ihe many outstanding leer i;»gers as an antidote lo the heac lines given (o Ihe comparative! few juvenile delinquents. Olive Vivian 604 13th Ave, (Editors note: The third in Ih leries of articles in Studenl Fo um appears on this page today Conserving Resources Con Increase Profits There are a many areas wher the buyer should beware becaus ^ o f over zealous urging of bus : nessmen anxious lo succeed. To ·ge to protect (he purchaser numbered as Helen Tribulct. Mrs. Beulah Mavs attended Ih om error. For instance, yourj r c c e n l dedication services of Hi ool health is profitable to you N " lirm p °st °f fi "- nd to society but the profit is' Dinner guests of Mrs. Grel ot of such a nature Hint a large! Swanson lost wecli were. Re^ ind is available lo promolc good.TMd Mrs - George nillnei an eallh. Much more is spen! in lhe| family, Mr. and Mrs. Car'. \iaj romolion of cigarettes, liquor' and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Howar nd cosmetics. 1 Dickling and Mrs. Elizabeth Abe We have a similar situalion m , a n d cliildren from Greeley. M gricullure. Some resource con-i" 1 * 1 M r s - Nvil Magnuson and fam erving practices can be consid-'' 1 ? visited m tbe afternoon an rable source of profit to lhej'"e birthday of Pat Abel was ccle- armrr. These practices can re.jbrated with cake and ice cream. - - ' Mrs. Ruby O'Toole has gone to Hawaii will) her sister-in-law. Gregory Snyder of Evans wer supper guests Monday evening a :he Frank Adkison home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Barber Greeley awl Mr. and Mrs. Gordo Kilcorc attended Ihe reccnl r ccption honoring Mrs.- Mab Whyman, president of Ihe Rebc ah assembly, at Sterling IOOF. Approximately 90 persons ." tended the recent Milliken PT meeting, Mrs. Eddie Kerbs, pre, dent, opened the meeting by lea left ult in less sales of fertilizer, prc ared feeds, condiments, credit and machinery. I can remember Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cass vhcn the efforts of Ihe Extension last week to fly lo France. They Service and Experiment Station^ have gone to spend sunn.- lime 0 get such practices accepted' with their son, Stanley, who is miked large alongside those of stationed there, and his family. he businessman to sell to the' armer. Now their efforts arc' American Indians prized Ihe rather insignificant. pinto borsc because its colors Too many Experiment Stations get too large a share of their sup- xrt from private industry and :oo little from public. A shop in Estes Park is selling 1 perfumed horse manure in an attractive non - transparent cellophane bag at $1.00 per pound. The novelty of the idea sells is. The Farm Journal published an article recommending tbc lagoon system for disposal of manure. Generally manure is lacking in sales support that can lead lo proper! appreciation of its value. Com i mercia! fertilizer has strong sales! support. The soil is a store house o f ; plant food. Il may need organic! matter lo dissolve this food and: mnke it available to plants. Most of our air is nitrogen. The f a r m e r ' can manufacture his own nitrogen fertilizer using legume-;. If he uses deep rooted legumes np can blended into the landscape. Let us put · NEW ona f t»b, PIP vo u the average daily participa* of Greeley'i MS ttachen, 156 have been in tht sys tim (our y«ari or mart? . often there i? no proportionate double the area from which hr r · Gu betts wifer S tiaM* fjut«r tban any oUacr Automatic fu«U O H N N Y HAZARD PUT lUUUG'S ViCRKlES AKil BJTOJ6HT TO AH ABRUPT 1'AUT AS A FOUCE CAR At.'SWcRlN P?AKO ALEKT TAKES A W-LP SWiG AKOUNP A BLINP CUiJVE. AW,,// liy Bob Montana JUGHEAD, \ JUST TO SEE WHY DO YOU I THE SIU.Y CARW THAT / EXPRESSION SHOVEL ^ON PEOPLE'S AROUND SCHOOL? 1 FACES; [{EX M O R G A N , M.D. By Dal Curtis THERE'S NO CAR HERE..' APPARENTLY THIS BARLO FELLOW HA.SVT ARRIVED YET/ *!//« ftf PROMPT ttn'M El 2-7171 1,1'L A B N E R GREELEY GAS CO. 1 YOU rOJOW WHERE THIS IS · HOO HOO!!-| GUMG MAKE SO A SPITCH TONIGHT IT'S. MAKE SUNG SCARE THE PANTS JsPfTCH!.' OFF EVEKYBOCrV.'.' EVEN ME!.' V/HO'SGUSKS LISTEN? . NOBODY.' -AND VOL) V AtWERT ( SINKS -]QU TEUV-THIS ALBERT, WHOEVER } HE IS,TO SHERROP. TONIGHT-OR^/ 1'SANDHIMTO--??- -- - r.'-TH»i MOON.'.' ONE WAV.'.' --~^{ V/HOAINT

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