Pagej GREELEY TRIBUNE Wei, DÂ«c. 5, 1%2 Hcrter Needs Bargaining Sense in Trade Expansion By SAM DAWSON AP Bottom Ntws Analyst NEW YORK I API-Protectionism is far from dead--on either side of the Atlantic or Pacific And ing them. trimmed or threatened by foreign competition wiii be heard from, in and out of Congress. And the new law offers various ways of protect Christian A. Herter as the U.S. government's foreign trade czar bargaining powers into the freer trade it envisions. American manufacturers It's NOT too late C h r i s t i n a s Cards with YOUR name Quick SERVICE The European Common Marki is acclaimed for its striking efforts may have plenty of trouble trans- to lower trade barriers. But its lating the President's new tariff aim is to achieve one big tarif free club-for members only. 1 plans to maintain at least some and tariff barriers against the rest o unions who see their sales or jobs the world, including U.S. manu facturers and farmers. And hi recent weeks the spirit o keeping these walls fairly high has been reported to be rising. Britain has been yearning t join the club. But protectionism k far from dead in the United King dom either, and certainly is very j much alive In the British Common ]' wealth. Political opposition in Bril J am to joining the Common Market lis growing louder, and is becom ring bitter in many of the Common T wealth nations. Damage to British industry, la bor, farmers, and to Common wealth producers is stressed b; the protectionists. On the Continent there is stubborn resistance to letting Britain into the club on terms tha French, German or Italian bus oessmen and farmers fear migh favor competitive British product or commodities from the Commonwealth nations. And hints have bees going Â«U ia the Common Market, because its fast growth rate of industrial roduction and consumer markets, links it is in a better bargaining Illation than the United States on question 'A trade barriers. Some cocky Europeans are saying lat Americans need acceci to leir markets more than they wed lower tariffs here. So Herter. a former secretary of :ate under President Dwight D. Eisenhower, will need plenty of jargaining savvy ic the post to Â·hich he was named recently by resident Kennedy. Those who s:iw the passage of le Trade Expansion Act as opening a new trading era in jig time are now beginning to set back their schedules. Tariff bargaining is always ong and slow process. Too many interests are involved, on both ides of tile table, for the negoti ors to act fast. This time the bargaining may be re harder for several reasons lie desire of Europeans and Japanese to protect their growing in ustries; tiie costs of production lat are rising faster in Europe now than they are here, and there- ore make the price protection ol ariffs seem more attractive; and he very nature of the new look in world trade--the trend towan blocs in various parts o be world, which increase consum r markets at home and build up GIFT SUGGESTIONS CAMERAS Reg. 12.49 $ 8.29 Reg. 17.95 $11.98 Reg. 29.95 $16.69 Reg. 108.00 $54.00 Costume Jewelry _ '/2 Price Men's, Women's, Children's HMU Slippers San 33'/M TOYS PHICE Boys' Hooded JACKETS Sizes 3 to 7 Reg. A 41 6.95 __________ fl.44 Sizes 6 to 16 Reg. 9.95 ___ 5.88 Old Safeway Store ALLEN'S 923 10th St. Life's Like That ixported. Suicide Attempt Of Girl Stopped By Operator HOUSTON (API-Police credi took M sleeping pills Monda light.' "I'm going to kill myself," the jirl told Mrs. Fay Weatherrec night chief telephone operator after dialing "Operator" from he wme. Mrs Weatherifd said she real ized her task was to learn the name and address before the gir slumped into unconsciousness the call could not be traced. She talked to the girl Hi hour and finally obtained sufficient in formation to send police and ar ambulance to her home. When police arrived, they foun the girl near death. The telephone receiver was next to her ear. Mrs Weatherred was still talking. At Methodist Hospital, attem ants pumped the girl's stomach She was released later in goo condition. . *nd new Â· word from YOUR tponwl" p latteville... By MRS. ROUND MILLER PLATTEWILLE - Mr. and he volume of goods that can be Mrs. Robert Wardell and their week visiting his J. J. Wardells. parents, the Mr. and Mrs. George Benson were hosts recently to a family dinner for Mrs. Nels Benson ol r ort Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Dean ilainord and their family of Denver and Mr, and Mrs. Dean Richardson. Mrs. Nels Benson spent Mr. and Mrs. llobert Baldwin of Gt'ecicy were Sunday evening callers at the Dean Richardson home. Rebekah Lodge No. 87 held a special meeting Thursday evening amily of Hugo spent the past for Mrs j oyce Sommerville, as! coffee and cookies at the close: Â»f the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Car) Breniman of Vindsor. Trueman Gray of Fort Lupton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moiton and iheir family, Mrs. Florence Moss, and C. B Long of Denver were guetts at the Charlie Long cme on Sunday to celebrate the 85th birthday of William Henderson. Mrs. Wayne Brkbell of Fort Collins and Janet Bennvr were wstesses to their parents at Farm Fare Restaurant to cele- irate the 36th wedding anniversary on Sunday. Mr. anil Mrs. Reuben Freaufl recently returned from Lineville, fowa. after spending se"eral days visiting Natives. Leila White visited last week with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard White at Pierre, S. D. Merry Makers met at the home of Mrs. Ponder Birkle with Mrs John Ulrich assisting the hostess on Friday for a 12:30 p.m. luncheon. Mrs. Ray Sarchet presided at the business meeting. All members are invited to attend 4-H achievement night. Each member brought a salac and a recipe for the program The next meeting will be the Christmas party Dec. II at the Roy Moser home with Mrs. James Calhoun assisting. Each member Gray. CSU Singers Will Present Yule Concert FORT COLLLNS - The 175- voiÂ« Colorado State Universky Singers will promt its 14th annual Christmas Choril Concert iunday, Dec. 9. CSU's group, under direction of Prof. Edward D. Anderson, will give two free performances -- at 3:30 and 5 p.m. -- in the Student Center Theater. The concert, cosponsored by the Associated Wo- swnt Student;, marks Fort Col- Jos' traditional bow into thÂ« holiday season and concludes fall quarter activities at CSU. Feature event of the concert will be performance of "Lauc to the Nativity" by Otlorino Res- }ighi. The work was composed between UK romantic and the so- called 20th century modem per iods. Accompaniment will he b) selected members of the For Collins Civic Symphony Orchestra. Soloists for the selection will be Salena Roberts of Pueblo; three faculty members, Stephen Busch Gordon Christonson, and Rober Hunter; and two former CSU stu dents, Joan Fishburn and John sembly president. The members entertained Mrs. Sommerville at inner at Judy's Supper Club, d then adjourned to the I.O.O.F 11 for their meeting. Mrs. Som- crvillc told of her projects and abies for the camming year. e coin drill money was given to e president for her project. The Past Noble Grands served Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Briggs Wire guests of honor at a dinner Thanksgiving Day at the John Briggs' home. The occasion was their 5Sth wedding anniversary Mrs. Amy Lackey and Mrs. Lillle AUard presented them with a wedding cake. Other guesU were Mr and Mrs. Walter Mitchell and their family of Denver, Mrs. Elizabeth Tremble, Mrs. Mae Sneddcn, and Fred Meyer of Johnstown. D. D. Club met at the home of Mrs. Dean Richardson. Five guests were present including Mmes. Everett Jones. C. L. Archer Laura Sarchet, James Calhoun and Niles Miller. Score honori went to Mmes. Robert Peters, Ray The Sarchet and Fred Taylor, next meeting will be the Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Free" Taylor on Dec. 13. TIEW t_ ; I/. .'-. . 41 111 llth Ave., Greeley, Colorado 9 ) J Arnie Irgens j i \Jur (^hfidtinaA C///T LJo ulou -- ... Â«Â·--' / *J THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY APPRECIATION DAYS STORE WIDE OFF is to bring a gift for her secret pal. The Farmers L'nion held their local meting at the home p George Apple Monday evening Ponder Birkle presided at the usual business meeting. The I Christmas meeting will be at the Ponder Birkle home Nov. t 7 p m. for a pot luck supper. will sing a group Â«f tradtanti iristmas cirvl*. Dr. MarriB Bwtnn, MM** rofeMor of muue, * Â» Â· Â» Â« Â· Â·mist, and three fther i the music faculty -- iebcl. Will Schwartz, nod Wallace liushkio will provide accompaniment. 'oper Penoliied DJAKAKTA-The managers tt ve Indonesian daily newspaper! ave been placed on one nwtta'i vocation by an "economic court" Medan, North Sumatra, lor aising advertising rattt without overnmeat authorizalkn. The CSU Singers will also present a short cantata from the French-Italian Kenaiance perkx by Marc-Antoin- Charpentler CSU's 13-voice Chamber Singer euritm Topi in 2 MIAMI-Toururn it Florida 1 ! and Nevada 1 ! leading taoutby. ourism ranks aecood in Hawaii, Maryland, New Hampshire, Smith ~)akota, and Virginia. 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