Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 10, 1957 · Page 4
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 4

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 10, 1957
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Page 2 GREELEV TRIBUNE Mondav, June 10, 1957 1 · I | J America s Bond Plan Compered Apaches Question State Courts Have Authority Nary in eastern Arizona. Last September Ihe Salt River Valley Water Users Assn. ob| taincd a court order stopping con- _ ^ s t r u c l i o n of (he d a m , but the i " Sorry School's Out MCNAItY. Ariz. *--The Apache Apai-lvta went alu-ad anyway. They! ijl All Indians laid low Saturday in their P l a " ^ usc ' 'or fishing and r e c - I U f l f h I IfflprC fight with the White Men over wa- rcalion. | T T I I I I V l l l U I J Saud Visiting ^ I l t S l C r i l C J U VsUUJILJT itlll/Ull tlU^C I « « - mm ^^SLr sjr -'iKing Hussein Marvin hasn t bevu absent a day 1 " RICHMOND, Va. tfi -- Nearby Chesterfield County schools close (i light tcr rishls, and there was some doubt t h a t they would recognize Painters Pall 9 SionCS j B y SAM DAWSON Lie iovcrcisnly si s!a;c court;. _ . "The tribe has been advised b y ' NEW YOIIK i.B - Two painlers! NEW1 , YO " K '*~" , y o " b o u s h l government solicitors that Judsc fell nine .lories lo their deaths j TM « " ' l c \" f" «"' 5"W«- Bernstein or any other stale or F r i d a y when a scaffoldins I 110 ,'? 110 I' 01 " 1 ,?, "!! "· VT,,* county judge has no jurisdiclkm slipped while Ihcv were .1! work : iM during World War II and de- In Ihc issue." said Barry Dcflose, on a west 25lh street a p a r t m e n t attorney for Ihe While Mountain house. Apaches, j Dead at (he scene was David This was the latest (urn in a K a p a i e i n . 43. of M a n h a t t a n . Ir- luit before Superior Court J u d g e ; v i n K Kc-mplrr, Charles Dcrnstcin of I'liocnix over died a few hou the Trout Creek Dam near M c - ' p i t i i l . . ' cul! lo sc " without m I ON HIS BIG DAY! To plonse liny, ninn -- 2 QR TComeo's, Oitoni'B, olc., * 1 "*' t ' In both soft nnd linril to polo fltylofi. filzcs G to 1 12. wailing unlil il comes due you will get less lhan SS5 for il. You would have collected your "l7"'o'f" a Br°o'oklyn !i"lere»l rlHht along but you would rs Jalcr at a hos-ih? 1 ' 1 ; losl 1! "" ren ' of ' our P rln ' cipal. When someone buys your bond loday Ihe yield on Ihc money he invests will be, 3.67 per cent. Those are the two sides to Ihc loss of Ihe light money cow. You lose, he wins. Whoever owns the bond when it mature] will gel the full $100. Bui if you were a Russian who had bought a savings bond that the Kremlin told Us people they must buy, you wouldn't gel anything at all. The Kremlin wilh totalitarian high handcdncss has announced it won't pay any interest as first promised and has frozen redemptions. As a sop the Kremlin says it won't force pco- = pic lo buy' any more of them. The Russian way--forcing a 2GO hilllon^rublc loan and Ihcn repudiating, thus wiping mil three forths of its national debt -- is one way of keeping money in the public lill. There's another kind of dodge In Drilain. Us lax rates are higher than ours. But that doesn't bring in enough money. So sporting people there can buy a bond wilh a lollery gimmick attached. Instead of raising the amounl of interest its people demand in Ihcsc inflationary days, the British government gives them a chance of making a killing at drawing. The Russians also have floated lollery-lype loan. If you're a Swede you can buy bond tied to the cost of living --the idea being lo stabilize the yield on the bond by swinging wilh Ihc punches of inflation. West Germans can buy bonds backed by Ihc Bavarian govern mcnt that pny 8 per cent, more lhan double what Uncle Sam will pny, Japan has also sent its interest rales soaring, And Britain's arc much higher than here. Uncle Snm's current cash problems arc bound up wilh inflation, light money, .constant demand on I h c Treasury by gbvcrnmor.t spenders, and by rising Interest , ^ charges. But his lot is better than '£^5 = many other countries. Plunges lo Death CHICAGO tfl -- An estranged wife plunged to her dcalh Tuesday night from a 38th-floor office window of the Board of Trade building, one of Chicago's tallest skyscrapers. Police identified the woman a Mrs. Mnric Dcvnncy, 29, a secretary for a barge company wilh offices in the building. They said Mrs, Dcvancy, mother of a 7-year-old son, had been separated from her husband John for two years. and hasn't been lardy, m the f o u r 1 i years he's attended K. S. H.'i A M M A N , Jordan Ifl-This dustyi s l d e b ' *"?* f ion S.' llc stj " ects Greene Elementary School. Capital glistened wilh fresh paint Saud will stay six days. "I do wish we could sfty j u s t ' a n d colorful flags Saturday to wcl-l a couple more weeks, anyhow; 1 ' come King Saud of Saudi Arabia, '· College PrCXY Dies cays Marvin, who says what he who hc-lpoil out young King Hu«- ! * likes beil arc "playing anil re; scin i n ' a battle lo" retain nisi NEW YOIIK Hi -- Dr. Harry cesses." ! lhrone six weeks ago. is. Rogers, GG, president of the His mother, Mrs. W. C. N c l m s , , It is Saud's first "isit to A m m a n Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn says she thinks a girl friend alsoisincc Hussein cracked down in'since 1933, former dean of engi- may be a reason Marvin hales to j April on leftist. pro-Egyptian, pro: necrins at Oregon Stale' College, 11 sec the school doors close. , Syrian elements the J o r d a n i a n - a n d onetime on the facultits o i l ! 'monarch charged were trying to!lie universities of Wyoming,[Detroit. (overthrow him. At "the height of j Washington, Iowa and Laiayelte, · -Hie political crUia Sand uBcitJ,^ Thursday. 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