Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 5, 1962 · Page 3
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 3

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 5, 1962
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Potato Growers Form Group To Oppose Marketing Program DENVER 'AP, _ An inforrna organization of potato growers ·nd shippers opposed "to any kind of national potato marketing program" was formed in Denver Tuesday. It urns irt up during i recess in a nationwide hearini lo consider a proposed marketini order. Nyal Rydalch. St. Anthony Idaho, grower, was elected chair man of the group and Lyman Wright. Monte Vista. Colo, grow er. was elected co-chairman Named to a publicity commit tee were Vic K Keirns. Colum bus, Ohio, chairman: C. P. Shan nahan. Grand forks. X.I). am Jack W. Diercks. Antiso, Wis The organization, which Keirn aid was set up by about 40 per sons represeming 13 stales, issuef » statement opposing a natkma marketing program. 'The proposal would prohibi ««le of certain grades and size o( potatoes) which would reduc grower income as well as con »um«r choice. "The opponents of the proposec order feel R U unworkable, un fair, unnecessary, expensive, re alrictive of progress in the indus try, not responsive to new lech nology. not in the public welfar and will result in substanlia waste through forced destructio ol edible food " The organization said its nwm btrship u made up of some per ·oni atiending the hearing from Arizona. California. Colorado, Ii aho, Illlnoii, Michigan. Mlnneso ta, Nonh Dakota, Ohio, Oregon Texat, Wisconiin. and Washini ton. Diercks. representing the Wis ·onsin Potato Growers Associa- ion, said growing and marketing problems are different in every area and there are even differences within each state. The Denver hearing, is the sev enth held by the U.S. Department if Agriculture on the proposed potato marketing order. At its morning session, the ·hairman for proponents of the order, Frank MrGee of Mont* Vista, announced his group is supporting s e v e r a l changes. It withdrew support from a sec- ion of the plan which would have regulated volume of production, eliminated reference to No. 5 grade potatoes in the proposec order and said it sill back a pro- x«al that all persons growing at least a quarter acre of potatoes lor the market be included Mcfiee said it should be presented to potato growers for a referendom vote if Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman finds an order is justified. McGec said the national advi sory committee will request the new Congress 1 lo pass a law establishing acreage allotments for potatoes. John Broom of Aurora, N.C was the principal witness during the afternoon. He supported the ' m for permitting all growers with more than a quarter of ar acre in potatoes come under the marketing agreement. Some opponents of the plan claimed ai many as (00.000 or 700,000 growers might be eligible to vote un der such a plan, but that only about 30.000 of them raise sizeable numbers of potaloei. Broom said the number participating in a potato referendum might be be tween 150,000 and 200,000 but add ed. "It's a!! a guess." G. Osmond Hyde. U. S. Depart menl of Agriculture examine conducting the hearing, said h bopei to end it late Thursday. R E L I G I O U S CHRISTMAS CARDS Stnd tht true bianty of CrjriitmM thit JUT. C h o o i t H a l l r a a r k Chrirtmn cardi from our variety 01 tavoritt leligioui tneraea, either in bold aiaottmintf or individual Jnigoi, lolly wood Gifts or Christmas Wide and Varied ·y IOI THOMAS HOLLYWOOD iAP-You'd bet- r watch out. Santa Claus is xning to town. Matter ol fact. his helpers a! ady have arrived at the em- iums of Beverly Hilis. where e movie stars do their Christ' as shopping. Oh. it U a grand display ol aublcs. bangles and beads to en ce the modern-day Magi. Here u can find the answer to the )erplexing problem of what tb ve Frank. Dean. Peter and Sara y. I took a walk along the glitter g byways of Wilshire Boulevan nd Kodeo Drive, the heart o. auble beli. Even such a prosaic station as a drugstore the Bev ly Wilshire) features its peren al luxury gift: the wild-boar ristle hair brush at $900. Kerr's sporting goods offers ev ything for the sport. Does he ioof How about the Merke ·er-and-under shotgun with go! ngraving at $4,500? Gift-wrapped course. Does he chess? Then how abou hand-carved and painted Ital n chess set at $350 sans board' 1 )oes he game? There's a $395 ame chest with everything from ·aps to checkers. Does he press duck? The duel ress goes for $97.50. On to Saks, where you can pic] ) a sable coal for $10.000. You 807 8*h II. ph. 453-02U Man is Charged He Threatened Life of President BIRMINGHAM. Ala. 'AP-Secret Service agents arrested Birmingham resident Tuesday o a charge that he threatened th life at President Kennedy in letter. He was identified at James B Hubka, X. In a hearing before U.S. Com missioner Uuiw 0. Charllon Hubka said he wrote the letter He was held under $25.000 bond The agenU said the letter wa sent to J. Walter Yagley of th Department of Justice. Hubka twice asked Mrs. Chai ton if he could explain hU action but (he refused. Mrs. CharltOTi Hid she was ivy interested in his motives, tha they ire "between you and vou God." If convicted, Hubka could hi fined $1.000 or sent lo prison to five, yean or both. i n hm^*{T*!^^/ n ' Whea( |?«f ters fw "* "o^^M for W» Feel bguBcyTlWwL, Dtt. t, 1M2 GREELEY TRIBUNE P«I. J to ou) the ultimate m cape for a small fry i 1'ncle Bernie's Toy j^. ' * man: in vk-una at 120. Or. lor . the diffident, in cashmere Menagerie And what goodies I n-| ·ft's a trampoline for $J*. The ine . , D u , - i ine s r o cvce iM siaecwl'" 0001 '*' 1 *** * ** ^ ^ taBor -i' n * lio "- "i"^? 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