Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 19, 1972 · Page 13
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 13

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, April 19, 1972
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America Abroad ·14 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed., April IS), 1972|thc complete withdrawal of all ~~ ! armed forces in exchange for I the release of prisoners." Such a 'step, it continued would have ' ' a l m o s t m a g i c a l sequences" such as direct By THE ASSOCIATED PRE5S,Sou[li Vietnam's influence in a .,,,.,.,. i..!,.. , ...i nniili,,,,. LONDON (AP) - The new f u t u r e reunited country. i *""C ! d * s '' "! f P° llllcal Le Soil- of Brussels viewed! °" ° f . M . lc Vietnam problem developments In Vietnam as .'All ^ is not impossible, and part of Hie b u i l d u p for Nixon's 1S b = tlcr "j?" «ie continuation t r i p to Moscow. It said "Hie'_,,,!'!?,,.. :.!' K r e m l i n , through its Communist offensive in Viet nam and its effect on U.S. politics dominated foreign newspaper comment about America last week. If it becomes clear f l i a t Sai. gon cannot hold . .. for long, said The Times of London," presence in Hanoi, t h a t neither Victimization . . .i nor a fnal solution of the Vict-l !lc «» newspaper As- this lest of Victimization nam problem can be prepared ahi attached importance to the fact t h a t Richard F. McCoy Jr., accused hijacker of n trans- could be disastrous for Presi-! without Soviet participation." dent IS'ixon-- if he fell he had to! The O l t a w a , Canada, .Journal .. send in more American troops sai.l: "The lime is coming TM n t n i c n l a l jetliner, was a vet- the war would become a cru- when (lie American people-, cr:t " ol X I C l n i i l n - cial issue and his Democrat - M i n i Hie world- will have to re-! "H is not strange . . . that tally miscalculated. lievc President Nixon and his : hijacf.:rr w i l l be finished with "Thcv would t h e n have an is- predecessors of Iheir pledge I c i i i i war, where they experienced sue which would at last enable' ricfclld V i e t n a m . . . A m e r i c a n | the technology of slaughter and them to t u r n lo -iccoiuil Mr ' involvement in Hie first p l a c e j d e s l i u c t i o n , commit various Nixon's continued personal nnTM j u s t i f i e d in ils idealism,! k i n d s of crimes," Asahi said. popularity and explode his nas-^"' short on realism." | According to the U.S law, Die cent, reputation as an inter- Anthony Howard, Washington; l»Jat*er will be vumshcd with national peacemaker," the correspondent of the leftist^ 1 , death sentence. He is one of Times said British weekly New Statesman: ' c Vietnam victims that the T- . , ] ; , -riirihuiKil u s in U.S. government does not in- Times i l l s o atliibiilcu U.h. in- , , · - M i u H i t ;,, u i n i n ' i i i i in Vini i c u i o e in ^ men Mn \ieinim in \ el- llia . . . ,,. , London s Financial . . . . , , r said b.S. ground forces «· " counts on war casualties in Viet-! THUMBS UP FROM APOLLO U -- Apollo 16 Commander John Young gives the "thumbs up" sign as he and hifi crew leave f o r Hie launch pad Sunday morning on Cape Kennedy. Center is Command Module Pilot Thomas K. iMatlingly II and in the rear is Lunar Module Pilot Charles M. Duke Jr. (AP Wirepholo) Love Signs coming home from Vietnam l ) i i l . n : « m In idealism. "For me, the ,, the U.S. Air Force and .Navy {.'real oven-ding attraction of: '"""· are on the way hack, ami it America has always been its! may become "harried t h a n ever sense of idealism." he wro t''-!5 w ij. c h f o M e t r i c s lor President Nixon to make a "H may sometimes have been, reality of Vielnami/ation-aml ""ive · - - .vet there was never C A N H K H K A -- S t a r l i n g in Sop- harder to conceal Hie existing any denying Iliat it was there- i (ember, Australian weather re- realities from the American even when it led straight into a'pnrls will bn expressed in electorate." u/.iiignnYc lite Vietnam." : m e t r i c s as part of the program However, Libre Bclsiifinc. of Howard credited Nixon with to put t h e nation on [he metric Brussels, said Nixon. in I hi 1 ".singular achievement" three years will have dm the war t h a n all of his prede- ; i l l l ) s l i n erc ot world-weary cym- grade instead of [·'alironhciUyearly cessors together." It added ihal'-'' s m -" ' ' despite the election campaign,! Munich's "Richard Nixon t o d a y is l r y i n R : l i m n s.-iiil :\'ixon "need only lo kilometers instead o! miles per Love. | These judges will he selectedjcies of turtles remaining in the (o save what cnn be saved" of i n n k c known a fixed dale for hour. The law also requires the dis-'by the governor .from noini-i world today. DA Pay Bill ! trict attorneys to defend county [officers and.county employes in ] their district against civii suits. The bill was one of nine .tics from the American even when it led straight into a'ports will bn expressed ir .nrale." u/.iagmirc like Vietnam." 'metrics as part of Ihc p r o g r a m . _ , ,, ' i signed by the governor, bring, DENVER (AP) - A bill set- '"t- nis l o t a i for 'he year to 43. of the prpsiriom-y ending such idealism and repl-| The Bureau of Meteorology |j n g [| ]e pa y f o r a ]] (jj s i r j c t at-' Another of the measures au- ne mere to finisiii' i c -' i r l t! it with "a pervasive a t - . w i l l give temperatures in centi- [or'neys in 'the s t a l e - a t $24,OOOJ l . llol ' ii;es one a d d i t i o n a l county i all of his prede-i Unisphere of world-weary cyni-'grade instead of F a h r e n h e i t , [ y e a r l y and requiring Ihem lo ! J u dg« in each of three Colorado ,,,,,.,. j r a i n f a l ! in millimeters instead adanbon private practice \vas! counlies -- Arapahoe, Boulder Sneddeiilsche Zei-!of inches, and wind speed in signed Tuesday by Gov. John! a m J E ! P;lso - I 'I'here are only about 250 spe- nations made by district Judi cial Nominating Commissions. Still another of the measures corrects drafting errors in the legislative apportionment pro gram passed by the legislature last February. |jve has not yet vetoed am bills. Coupon Lovers Rejoice! YOU CAN SAVE UP TO $1.46 WITH THE 4 SUPER SAVINGS COUPONS BELOW! VALUABLE COUPON H |p| GRILL TIME . CHARCOAL VALUHBLE COUPON PAPER PLATES Coupon eipirescn 4-22-72... or,« ecu pen pei fa.nily BARBECUE SAUCE Coupon eipites QD 4 - 2 2 - 7 2 . . . one coupon per i P i /*tf»'?l**a*jy ^jr^lfrA^ . VALUABLE COUPON BIRDS E Y E T A S T I - F R I E S AND S T R I P E S FRENCH FRIES y.'y*y»if* r v ^JH^wwS." RED, ALL PURPOSE POTATOES ASSORTED COLORS CARNATIONS 6 for 79 C 20 M 79c 2823 West 10th Street Greeley, Colo. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 10p.m. Sundays 11 a.m.toip.m. There comes n t i m e . An imcomfoi Uihlc lime. When the old f a m i l y car seems to lia ve;i n insatiable appetite for money. When you seem lo spend more lime repairing it t h a n you do d r i v i n g i l . Now t h a t happens to be ;i perfect t i m e to come in and have a l i t l l e c l i a l with your Personal Banker. Because he can show you how easy it is to trade a bunch of trouble for a tot of pleasure. He'll sit clown with you and show you what kind of loan would make the most sense for you. 1 low much of a down payment you should come up with. He'll explain the interest you'll pay. And show you the various repayment programs available. In short, he'll put a lot of understanding and helpfulness together. For your benefit. So, if neither you nor your ear arc in mint condition, take heart. There arc all kinds of solutions. Two-doors, four-doors, hard-tops, sedans, sports models, pickups, to name a few. And we'll be particularly helpful in getting you behind the wheel of one of them. United Bank of Greeley In limes like these, it's nice having your own Personal Hanker. FREE LOLLIPOPS FOR THE YOUNG ONES WE GLADLY ACCEPT U.S.D.A. FOOD COUPONS SERVICE t l n i l c d r J n u t o f O r c c l c y . i n o f l - l D i l i Sliccl. Plionc)S2-3MO. Member F.D.l.C. \BANKy

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