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Adlai Deplores ; · ' i/"A i"4v, ~·· ··;.' -. · ;' :NEW YORK Adlai Stevensoi UV -- Democrat declared Thursday spine Republican .'officials'ap- parently are' resortipg to political ''hate mongering.", He termed : it a "dangerous brand of politics. 1 Stevenson said'"there".appears to be a design, to play : the ugly politics of.group hatred,!' and he . «Jeed:'-_ .;. . · · ; ' , , ', ., ,7,".-'" "Is this, indeed, an attempt to itir up-class conflict? No election, BO office i is worth such a price." He ..said the -highest duty of American people nowadays Is to aay nothing, In the political arena *hich will ; hurt ''democracy's chances abroad. He addeS:' "And the i politics of hate : man,- gering even; blights 'democracy's future here at home." .';' - . ? " .".-' Stevenson, defeated 195Z '. Dem ecralic presidential candidate who now-j is making another bid for his party's nomination, spoke in his .prepared - address for · the AFL-CIO convention. , : He said'-he 'had intended '"nol to 'let this become a' political ·peeeh," but went on to add: ."I: .propose, 1 nevertheless, . to ·peak' bluntly ' against · 'what! ap pears to be a design-to play* the ugly politics of group hatred." He" continued: ! ···' "It started with the secretary *f agriculture's attempt to blame f,~J}*:, ·' ," j i " f ' [ . -, ? ' ·,. -'! he farmer's'.cufreht depression on he city worker's wage Increase. .how the chairman of the tjepubiican · .senatorial^ foinmlllee as charged'-labor leaders with irginlrtng .'a, conspiracy of as- ional'. pi-oporllons',7 to.'take . o v e r he federal government: -,'·:~ .? ''IThe natlonal-'chaifmin of the salute to EIsenhower'- ! dinners has made his curious insinuating statement that labor beeame~Vpotent wlKical; force' in' Ame rica' at · about He! ii'me' (ime as ( the 'rise'of the faiiparty.,m Germany;' ; . : : '·.''.' .VA member of the. cabinet has said that he doesn't 'happen i to y along : -wilh . some of .{the "goons",. 1 , as'he puts it, who .'are 'running things'; ; ' . '/And ji Republlefcn -state chairman has proclaimed that Ubor leaders are 'Marxist-Socialist bosses who are trying .'to take this country down a rat hole. 1 ;" Stevenson continued: · ."This,?I .repeat, is. a ,distressing and a dangerQus brand of politics. This is divisive and- therefore destructive. We in thjs country are just emerging from a long .and shameful interval .of hate and fear and slander. Today. McCarthyism is out of style. . v -· 'But;'is. a, similar hate cam- dis- 1 ges of.' 'goons' · and 'pmver hungry labor bosses, 1 ugly phrases we hear almost daily? Nice Selection - ' o f Room Lots of - ..:.:-.,.._JVALLP'A.PER'..." Reaionabty Priced .MOFFAT Paint Glass 1115 8th Ave. Ph. 319 A'll'ti' -IV' ^ Oil Man Pays Quit Smoking paign in the making. around torted images 'of. 'goons' '"Must the ima'ge'of America be further "defaced? 'Is this,, indeed, an attempt to stir up class con- nici? ' · ' ' · ' "No election, no 'office, Is worth such a* price: · · . · ·- "Oiir highest duty these days is to say nothing In the political arena which will hurt democracy's chances among the people of the world. ' v . - - ' ' · ' · ' : ''And the. politics, of-hate mongering · even blights democracy's future here at home among the people of America."--. ' : TUESDAY, D«c. 13th-l:30 p.m. CAROLINE QUEEN ESTATE,.315 5th Ave. Ktnntth ColwtU,. torrity for. Eitate. - ,- . ..: ' ; -- - . - L : . - ' ^ .v : · HOUSE, LOT AND FURNITURE - :-. - . . SO. 30 FT. ot E. 75 FT. -of LOT (1) ?LOOK (1)' CITY OF SREE- 'UEY, COUO! S ROOM HOUSE, thedt, fenctd. t -I . Thlk ihould iave 'someone · lot of rent or miikt om«on* a (ood Interest on In'veitment. : ; ,-, · J / i Studio; nice bedroom suite; chrome brcakfait set; .radio; clock; Frtgldalre;, coal circulator; gas range;, cabinet; rocker; bedding; trunk · nd contents; haip; 2 suitcases;. mirror pictures;" garden cult, and mlsc Uemi. Dlihex,-4tc. All must sell, B* hf rs ,on. tlmt. Ttrms.CMh. SAM KING AUCTIONEER REALTOR Licensed In Both; J. E. Summers, Clerk Greeley, Colo. Phone 1B38 ,WZ3K!,TA-FALLS,Tex..lB.-Pay; Fleet., off lime.came Saturday for a Wichita Falls oil mm and: rancher who offered his/employes (50 each to quit smoking. . ,., : . ;-,'J..;S, Bridwell'made the offer last March to the 255 employes of the-Bridwell Oil.Co. , '. ..." Thirty-two were .ready · with signed statements for presentation -- and-exchange for a total of 61,600--at : a 'company; Christmas party Saturday, night. ' ' ·· In addition to'the $50 checks for those who.-quit, .Bridwell had. a surprise for about 40 employes who couldn't cash in, on the contest because they had' quit before Bridwell's offer,was made..The surprise: $20 .checks. ~ : . . ' .. The stub, of the checks 'tarried this, message: .- " . . · . "A partial reward to'you for. .a sensible decision to' quit .smoking. Your real - reward ' will .'come, in better healthj fewer accidenis, better spirits,'greater'savings and in the satisfaction -that! you .are an example 'for- others' who' may be ·shortening their lives with .this 'oppressive habit." · , ·' , The '.Christmas .-Party program also included' viewing of a movie distributed-by the American'Can- cer Society and - a talk on lung cancer- research b y ' D r . : Kenneth 3abb, Wichita Falls -surgeon who also a former. Bridwell employe., Bridwell's : 'offer : - last . spring brought .mail from almost every state and. several foreign- couh- :ries. Most of the let!eri-offered congratulations, some were critical, and a , large number asked money. : . .: ' ; Brldw"eITsays he ii not "trying to reform the world.'.' -,' ' I - a m chiefly interested.in the well .being of i my employes," . he said. !'I-.am convinced .that the smoking habit" is-, detrimental to their health and general welfare, » If I can encourage them !U drop Last ; Chance iior::.' Havy;Reseryists/l To Return ; iin "Rate Coi«f Navy Reeruittf L. L. Bro*n itattei. tediy (hit thi| is. the last Month for nival retcrvUts.to.-re- turn to active-duty-in ; tht rates they previously held with the V; S. i. ·'·'Most''riwrVisti'probably' know about this 'opportunity' to ·reenKsl in their old grade,'- but 'have' been putting off. doing · anything about it," Chief Brown said. "But if they delay, too milch 'longer,' it .will be too lite. 1 ; ' ' : , . " ; · ' . ~ ; .;',," ; During calendar" tS' 1 "latter ' part of the 'year the 'navy 'department has relaxed.the time, element on' broken' service .in the majority of reserve ratings. Generally, ex- navy men hav«: only " r ee to :12 months in' which hot be "demoted.' to reenlist and The large nurn her of dischargee of Korean veterans effected (his past.six'months, however,' has made' it possible' tc waive this requirement in the naval reserve. ; . 7 ; ^'-' '' · It is. also possible,' under : ' this program,-to apply, for transfer to the regular navy-after, one year on active, duty. Other · indue'rrienls being offered* include ·* guarantee to serve with the fleet of -one's choice and a'chance'.to attend one of the navy's -technical service schools. High school graduates'with bb'prior service may tnlist'iri the high school graduate training pro gram, usually only available on I four or six year enlistment.' About 80 per cent 'of the navy'.' reserve rates and rating!- are .in eluded in the "open rates" avail able, but it if not anticipated Ihs this will be true after Dec. 31. Anyone who wants further in formation should see the local re serve officer or a recruiter at the navy recruiting office, in the pos office building. , ' · , ii, .1 will do so.' He 'added he won't fire who continue to smoke. . those Formosa ; Fearg Missiles TAIPEI, Formosa uB -- The Chi nese Nationalist Talao -News Agency said'.without confirmation Friday that the Chinese Com mil nists are building · a. guided mis sile basi near the: coast eapabli of bombarding Formosa. SUNSET SALES YARD 400-500 ' -, HEAD 40C C A T T L j E S A L E WEDNESDAY December 14, 1955 JO Youne W.F. Slock toWB.' ·:' . : ' ' . . ' . ' . 6 Young ·Bla'ek'Angus cows.- ·. i . - /.: . 1 0 Young, Shorthorn eowi. .-.·-' ''.·: . . · · . ' 25- 'Feexiing Cows. -··;"··; · - . . · ' · 35._..W. F. Feeding heiftrs, wiX650 Ibs; ; ·-: .·10,..Brack Angus steer in'd heifer calves, · 2'5'' tightweifjht sleer'jirid heifir ralreg, wt..250 Hw. : 10,,;.Shotthorii-.ialy«. M . " : ' : '·; ' "·'·.'"' 8 -Veal calves. " l -''. : : '.·;"..' ; '. ''.'· ",' ' ' · ". - 12 ,|Young Hpbteln heifers.·'··- : - ·_ ' ' · . ITiere will, be v ««ver«l loads and packages at cattle'in la(er ·-. .'· · ,--j '. - i Consignmenli. ' " · HORSES Consignment *, HOGS SUNSET SALES YARD Telephone 679 STROHSALE , iPUBLIp, AUCTION . 90S Wett »th St., Lovelind. , , Sl-ln. blonde TV;. Maytag waitier; 8 «. Coronado refrigerator; klonde oik drople'af dinette let; freity.g'ray Udre«in;»t^inl^u-wal- nut b'edrisom set; antique'organ; 21 ft. achulti' trailer hcuMi'Fo'rniy tlict. wilder, new^iome power" tools; lott of other, furniture ind mlK. ,'·' '- " · ' ' ." ' 'R. i. .McKEE, Owner- f . ' ; . ' ! :' : : .-'- LIVESTOCK FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION/ Wednesday, Doc. 14 ear mlle» North of Lovelind irtlllf. circle (U.S. 34 and «7), thin VA mllea West, then South Into line. , · . . Machinery: 2 Ford tracton; ,'35 Chev. 1/? Ton truck with beet bed; orafn drill;-co'riiblneliplowij" mcweri; elect, welrfer; .othtr machinery; loU scrap Iron; «m«ll tooli; tome furnltur« :«'nd miscellaneous. 100 laying heavy Gr«y Leghorn Hybrid chlekeni. . 10 Tons b»Ied 1rt «hd 2 n d cutting hay.. · · - . - - . ' Livestock:' 14'Guerniey cowl nd h^lfen; 6 Black Angus helfert; T Aogu» Steers; «omt calvei..' ' . f . ' . ' . Terms: Caih ". · · - - - . Lunch Wagon . . EDWARD ROTHMAN.4V SONS, Owners On this-iale we will nil: 1943 MM mcdtl U tractor; disc; drjll; lett of horie drawn'equipment; icmi furniture, tools,' and mlsc, ., Exiled Kappa Sigma Relurns to Kenlucky ' LEXINGTON, 'Ky., ijfi -- Roger Ladenburger, the University . of Kentucky's ."exiled". Kappa Sig ma, flew home Sunday 'from .a brief but enforced--vacation .in Florida. ' , - . . " ' La'denburger's fraternity .broth- · IvAlers, Including pledges who cooked -aUU up the exile.coiip : ,.greeted, him.en masse upon hi» arrival at Blue Grass Field aboard "a-plane. Pledge's Icarried liim from th« field -on 'their' shoulderi.' A "no more tricks? armistice prevailed at the fraternity house. But one pledge - commented, - "I'm' afraid . . . there'll be some tricks on us/JBiitwe got. our fun out of,!t anyway." ' · ' .' ' · ·'Ixical- airline' officials.'said an anonymous Coral 'Gables resident financed . Ladenburger's 'eturn trip. , . : . - · ' : · ' The senior was given the one- way ticXetl Friday; ostensibly, to talk ' over' fraternity - business . in Miami with the fraternity's nation- il president: ' · · ' ' .' "''' ''' '' ' Not so, said- Ladenburger. ' ·"He said the pledges were'getting even for his laying'on the piddle too" vigorously:TM i recent:initia : lion.' · ' ' ' ' · ' -' '·'-"· '' 'Tht student said he received-an ultimatum--the one-way 'trip to Miami with the problem of returning on his own for classes Mon- .day or being stripped and tied W a fountain in downtown Cincinnati, : "I had no choice but to get on the plane," he said. "They werenlt kidding."- ·" ; '.-"-.' ' " Plaza Tree^Ughted , - NEW - Y O R K Mi' -- Hockefeller Plaia's traditional .Chrijtmas bee was lighted Thursday night'--'.by 2,500 "firefly" '.bulbs ..and 1,400 large .colored . globes resembling Japanese lanterns'. This -fa the 23rd year m which » tree -- this one is six. stories high -- had adorned the plaza. ' '; " . Paratyphoid Reported LANCASTER; Pa. W --'Twenty- seven new. cases of paratyphoid were reported in Lancaster county Thursday, raising ,to ^81 the num- i;e'r of persons known to have been stricken. The majority are children. ,. , ;. .., . ' ' . ' . - ' ' ' Japan Is. seeking an export market lor tennis, squash ind badinin- ton racktts. .' . '; ' " . US! THI TRIBUNK WANT ADS n INDIANAPOLIS W -- Describing Ke case as-"almost fantastic" the h'diana : Supreme Court Thursday reed two'Lawrenceburg, Ind., men ?hose'-effort ; to' help .-a -woman" in distress had led'to a'10-year'sen- ehce 'each for auto banditry.' Arnle Roirk, Z8, disable World Va'rII veteran, and Jay. Jolcomb, 9, were r ' orde'red ' freed .Immediately. In.its decision the high court went beyond its-custpmiry loractice'of ordering'a new''trial. The two had.been at-liberty on 15,000'bond slnco Feb. 17, ten dayi after .they were .'committed- to- 10- year'term; In the Indiana Reformatory 1 by'the',-Dearborn .Circuit Coutt.'...'. "-,·. -.· :'., this';-'chain of events,.'.a. recounted in .-'evidence before'the Supreme Court, led to their arrest: ·While driving past the farm ql Carle's and Zolla' Wieshaa, the iwo'^were;- stopped .'by Mrs Wieshan.'.She .asked them'-for' 15 Dus.money to.visit her sick hiis band at, Indian'apolisl/They/coult get theiraohey back, she said. By taking two sacks of wheat from the Wieslian barn and selling them. WhuVgettihg the.wheat,,Roark Holcomb : and a .companion, E Coronett, were wounded by shot gun blasts fired by Joseph Dall 32; a tenant. He told'the court he thought they were thieves/ Roark and : Holcomb, eritically wounded,, crawled'to a neighbor' house. Cofoneit.'the court decision noted, has- not been seen subse quently and it.Is theorized by p» lice he m»y have died in the hilly brush country, . Mrs. Wieshan testified in the first trial she "had "sent the' : hie: into the barn. ' , · . Judge Frederick, Landis) . wh wrote this' 'unanimoils ; Suprem Court decision, said no testimon; had been brought'.out at the tria to show the .men .'ad'planned t u«e their car'in removing stole property,' a' requisite to an' aut burglary conviction.;' .Even if they'had been guilty of stealing, Land is' decision · said AUTO ·w ·nd Ucod for BLACKIES TRUCKS 312 Eleventh Av«. ALL CARS and New and Auto Fart* Phono 132 onfesswitJ'Solves^j''-^ isappwrailce'bf-- : '-i : r )f t · isappeararice oung- . BELLEVILLE, 1H/W - A kuiky poultry: werk«r'i Meftuloo -Friday * a double · slaying : lolvijd .-the mysterious' disappearance 13 days go of a 'Lebanon, 111., couple" but the rlddli of.jrhy they, were) killed emained uniniwtred.' ; ,,·(,.. - , ; FUlniore Young, it, an impassive 00-pound Negro of : .Carlyle, 1 " 111., ed authorities'· to separate rural ·ells which,yielded the, bodies', of le two victims'/ V .;·. ,.; . Harold Smith, JO, a .carpenter', nd hU wife, Arline 35, each had xen shot. Coroner C. C. Kane said autopsy disclosed 'Smith died Im'ost instantly but/that his wife pparcnlly.lived for some limq aft- r .they were' ambushed in^ their solafed home near Lebanon. '.^,'\ Young, found'asleep when'he was rrested Thursday ,night .at 1 hi» pme In Carlyie,)admltted the sliy- ng after he'w'at questioned tor bout two,hours. * 'o"'·'-'' Authorities said, Uiat'throughoul everal hours of questioning 'and in a signed statement' after he was ro'u'ght here, Young insisted he did iOt know .why he killed the.couple He denied t h a t - h e raped-Mrs Smith and Coroner Kane said the utopsy',.did.not "establish whelhei he had been raped. · ' ' - ' : East, /»! V;»T-.~- Jap of Its Borders Medical Training; - ANN ABOR, Mich. Wl -- Medici ichools ahoulud charge no fe« at a! n the opinion of .-.Alexander. 1 G Ruthveni presiderit 'emeritus of the University «f Michigan. - '.J ' Ruthven, writing in the Journa of the..,Michigan .State, Medici Society,-.aaid:' "There are.brain m both »ldes of'the tracks;-an hey should be fully ulilized in nedicuv. Ability and ambition t achieve success' are,not related t ;be economic status' of- the .par tnts.".·.. - . ' . . - ' . ·.,,·.:. .:. Captive, .kangaroos taught to box m e n ' i n are . «t»a exhibitions ieir conviction should ha've beer [or petit larceny, which might hay Drought them no more than Y BERLIN Wl ·--·Communist East cminJ' atinounced".Friday 'Its ronUe'r police hive taken', over from the Russians the task of con'- rollingtte borders/ '" ! · · ".".'·'· They have orders" to be courteous kit to-resist any-efforts to-inter- ere with the "sovereignty" of the V ±.vThe\lJ,S. ; Bur«iu if mines "bungled" In its handing of:the,ihs!« oil ."dcmonstra- tioo plant; at Anvil Points, R«p. Wayne N/VAipIail). (D-Cclo) : ; cl». clared in a speech jjefdre -the Jan* ' - ' state. · The. announcement, ' from - t h e press office of Prime Minister Olto Irotewohl, said: the guarding of :he borders would be conducted In tuch' a way as to respect four- power ; ,agreements,. guaranteeing American, British and French garrisons uijisolated Berlin-free ac L cess..to7,the' West; ... ' -.··'. , , In ^addition,- the govern'rhent statement .appeared .to. make -a point of difference. between" the East"German' ional frontiers and the boundary between the western s'eclors"6f Berlin and the-Soviet East Sector. The latter borde'r"will be handled' by'the regular Co'm'mu. nlst people's police. The zonal frori- tier duty. Is,In,the' hands o f : t h e specially' trained ''and heavily armed border police. Tribal Suit* .'I EMPORIA,;' ,Va. . UB-"Arrow- field," .'home; ot Dr.. and Mrs. Jame« R. Hennlng near'here was orice'a'camping.'ground for'the Meherrin Indians. Should their .gtiosts return they might feel at 'home. The 'Hennings 'have seven wooden and three metal cigar store Indians in their home. )unginj.al S ^roorisfraiion Cliaf^ed by! AspinalP , , , The bureau "coverbd up'\lnfpr- malion tou'ght by Congress andjfe- !used to. _' press' for. n^on«y to. con- Inue qlii shale experiments* tint!) mlne';:ave-Iri 'forced a .request. ' 'or'an Appropriation, the Western Slope congressman 'charged in hii address made Wednesday, night, The agency 'was "speaking for .he adrninlslration'and "echc-ing the wishes o( private groups" In''; Hi" [allure : to 'support the shale - proi- · . gram,' 'AspinaU added. ; * - · ' · ··'·;-..' The. shale experiments at Anvil Points' * were Inaugurated under . ihe 1M« synthetic liquid fuels act, sor'n of'the wartime scarcity; e4 oil/ " - ' . i · -- .' .... , - . - · · Dave Royer AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE · · - · ' ' .*"· i ' Wlweter-RpyarAgey, 809 9th St. · · ··· Ph. 859 Will Biy Yoir Ear Corn ', ;; wlth'imy moisture" · ' ·'·" ' content. ' ; ' " : ;'· or ' ·' Cos torn. Shell and Dry LUTHER last 1Bth St. . PK.4549W H. HUNEKE Ctrtifi'tfd Public Accountant . · 'Announces the moving of his office to the . i .Second Floor - - · · ' · , . . 'of the · · i ' · · , -' ·'-; . . . . . · ; . . . . - , ; f j.-: " . ; : ; ; JOED IUILDING;;;;, iooi 9rt v. .7-, ; . . . .:.';" , . . - . ' - . . . . . · · - f i r x h y ' ' " " · ' · - - . - · · · · 31 ·P.O. Box 701 SHEEP Greeley, Coto. 1:15 p.m. Now any budget buys Sleek, trim luzury_at. a down-to-earth price!. Tliatj's Mercury for 1956 in 13 models--with a whole new fleet of hardtopa--at the widest price features than any other car. In its field can offer!, No wonder the "Big M" scored the.biggest first- month 'sales record in-the history of any new Mercury. Volume sales mean record trade'-ins,.V too-^-and a 4-year .record of highest resale value ! range hi Mercury history! Thrill to the king-size rierformance.ofhew 225 hp* ^Safety-Surge" V-S ^ngir'ieB! See the most dazzling ^rray of new .color '.iriKs. field makes Mercury your "smart-money" combinations ever offered in the. Mercury line! . car. right up to trade-in time! Make a date for the; biggest event on the highway: Your road test in the magnificent big'new Mercuryl . .11:00 a.m. WILLIAM O. ENGLAND, Estate FURNITURE .Friday, Doc. 16 v ; AUCTION 7:00 p.m. I'/i miles East of Loveland or 14/j ml. Wett of Greeley on U.». : K, hi old Kellm School."- -" . " . . - ,, ..-.-.; , . . ' . - . . · · . ' W« will sell aome good used furniture and tome floor samples, of new'merchkndlce, Including:' dinette »ett, 'chrome and.wrought Iron; ·ectlonal *ete; bedroom -sets; mf«cell»neoui.tablet; jltikt; rocfcert; ·ccailonal chain; blonde dining room »et; nofa beds;, blondt cedir ehiit;'mlrro'ra;' pictures; miscellaneous Ismpi; rugi; etc. ·Thii will be a big'tale, and will be held Tntld* the «ehooj house. T.rmi: Cash. . . . . ' . "' ' · · - . . ' ' - TRADER HESS, Owner Plan to Attend STROH STROH,- AUCTIONEERS «1§, Lincoln Avs, Reuben J. »trch Loveland Phone 142 ', : day D. »troh ' 'Ption* 1M3R "Big M" is tiie safety-car of the'medium- price cla8S, : Jtoo : T- with more, safetyrengiiieered * '·' IxMoKklain ovuf MoKtmy* vM aptiaial tfmMatic Dritx mm muse tfisHI Mfiitf TO.ILET TANK BALL Kohy rvrmtflg loibts can we«f« o*»f 1000 gajrOfii of wor«r a day, Tht oinazin? pati/if*^ Wof»r MatUr tank ball, fnttanlty itopf th# flow of woffr aft*r *«ch nv«STnf. 73c The Big Move in to the Big M... ERCURY ' The C»r the West Like* Best WARREN-MYLANDER MOTORS, INC ! 1412 Eighth Av«nu« /

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