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, Py. 13,- 1985( ; HGREELEY TRIBUNE -;*-P»i«. 9, The Greeley Daily Tribune ; . . .-- - - . 11.i· * '··-.,· -».. -. ' i : . . and The GrMl*y" Republican EXECUtlVI STAFF, · 1LDRED 8. KANSM" LIO.G. KOENIG . · · .' . JAM KSTEI1-J JR. .'. ·rubUltnd .E.'.rj Tat · Ttlboria-jtei . "W*tk DIJ; Crtnlna' by iiiblltar, . Publl.hl.r 0. . Eatarad ai.aawaii clin'rni'ltvf'at lew Pott. effica at Gm]*r. Colorad* uadar Iha-Acl ·March I'.I»1» · " - . - - . - ' V - ' . " ' · · ; . : .'.-·· Most*]' Ataoefatrt' 1 Prt**,-.Colorado"' Praia Anoetalicn. Inlind Dill? Pint .Aa*oc!i- p Wo». A»dtt Bureau of Cirnlatton- / ; . TV« AaKKlatW Prni la VntllM ·id* 'airily to-lba ua of. rapubltratlen «f all tkt local ai.wi piJaWln Ihto nwicicr .M well aa all-AP. Hewr. dUpauhta. " . .f . - ..-PublUla. I FLUID B. UEKXIU, i M.r A: L. PETtRBCN · · · " ICI.ARI PAC« Cire. HIT. I - . V U M Ait. Hit '' Suaerlptton PrW^'By \S*U ll.». Bi .nalV oaliloV"Ce'tor»do:,.1..7aa.r S!2.00~Dti HHWitfc M.M-Sarr[ca ran 19.40 leai anjwbtr* -For«4jB . oo«atrtaa' It.W month" City- CarrJa* 11.6* aawita ·.'. \ *'"'.-' J PUBLIO FORUH-Poblti f « r ' « » IKu'ra rauit bt BO ror.»fr taMD'aW worda. Come* · [pi'lurr must bv-Drintf. 1 . witi'taam. .-· - : ' 'ta'^Tfc.'.'Tribarw . O o . . b y ' G r « « r w . - T T p o - : Pause arid Ponder: ( : : ; : -·*·"' \*·*'"".· i;.'.;:.:.:'·-'.·'·.'.."'*'.: ·; ';- '--»y Ph«pn«ey--"Of. H)Vklntid«ni'"Awri will bi no : .*i«"' , V · "In the six I h month the angel Gabriel was sent from God to.'n . city of .Galilee named Nazareth, to'a virgin betrothed, to a man whose . name'was'Joseph", of the house of David, and the'virgin's" name .w»s 1 Mary."--Luke 1:26, 27.".' ;··"-. ":.,' ,'\-' : '("' ,..-*:! ..·.'-:··'" "· H ' ''"·"-' ;' '·' '· ' «** -: -V'' V ' - . Don'tTrice 'GXeeley Out of-Market;'"-, ' " .. Tho ·parking'.cp'mmittee and-; the .city .'administration' should take "eare by'raisipg the price of parking meters they dp not price Greelej out of the market.-They 1 ruh'a chance of fringe' shopping section, thai .would really, h u r l . , : -: '.-.. "..-. '·'':''-.'··'.'''·'}' '-·-.' ; . If a'prlvate firm regards it as profilable'to'own valuable'.properlj to provide parking to attract "euslo'niers, such-'* procedure sho'iild be »ound bdslness for the city as a whole.-' ^., · " .-; . . ··' - . If cusloiners select stores, with, the most convenient p'srking, is likely: .that they also select, communities in which 1 to-trade; on th( basis 6f,the Irea'tment'^accordecVcustbiners with parking.-". r ;, ! It is one thing,tb'consider'IVKat^S cents for 30 minutes 'woiild'"^.to meter feeders, and-it is anblher^o'welgh'what that policy.might do to the community's.general public relations. :- . ·;-·' ... . When the four-lane highway to Denver is cqmple'led, one of'the lusiness" arguments : Greeley .can-have to hold trade here. is. to'smoot] he traffic'locally and to provide parking more convenient to-custo b thi mers than can aiiy-'cityV These Deliver-Abolishes Whit£ Wings ; ... · , , Machinery "has caught up with the white wings in Denver, are thertradilionaVstreet sweepers .with a card. Philip Barry .wrote. humorous'and movjng play about them entitled White Wings'.'-It is occa ·ionally done,j-i. . .-,....'.. . . ··' ; : -- ^ ' '-, Denver in its'1956. budget ha^no'fund;for^ the street sweepers. Ma 'ehme-Bweepers JiaVe'.takeiTyer. ;*.'.. , ,-...'··· \ · . ' · ··'- · Perhaps'.1 he lilerai'0ld;a'ge peflsiph:laws.of..Colorado-ire a..facti 'in'the chinge.^..-.' itt-- 1 ..-"-1-I-J.'.-. =; -.M-V--"- ' , : ·' '··, · ' = . . : - . . · - , ' v- - . - . . - : --·--v; : v-*-;-^*-==f-: ·- -=·- ; - - - - - Major .Soviet Newspapers Disagree -. ,..,," ' V : .' By W I U L J A M . L . RYAN. ; . . . - ., , . : . : · : · ' · - .-i-T . . AP F.oriian.N»wi Analyit . .. ,',... · .:' ; Perhaps while the big Soviet cats are away some of the mice back 'home in "the" Soviet Union are at play. . ; -·':""". ~"~." '·' Over"the weeke'ilil Muscovites ^were.'.trealed .lo a ounous. ipecta.cle: 1 !zveslia,.the.government nevvspaper, contradicted Pravdi, whi ; cji is the (bible of the Communist parly'. - . ' ' . ' · . ' · j' u, '- The-'diffe're'nc'e : was over the progress of ; Communist party boss N S. Khrushchev's'corn-planting program/The party paper had acj cased Izvestia, among other organis, of having.a.flippant attitude tov/ard the program': iri other words, a flippant attitude toward something 19 ly J. M. ROMPtTl... · . ·. ,- AP N«w» AtMlyit . In~ dealing .with current events In hf cM Cwar it ,la alwayi' difficult ov..keep . them" ,in _jpersipeetive gainst · the; broad background of istory aild strafegy'." ·' ' · 0 ·".'·"" ·It is almost': impossible' to* slop yery. d a y ' t o ' f i t ; in one develop. nertt or. one new tactic'.'- ··';- -'..-'i ·-. Secretiry Dulles was haying 1 this rouble'^when he'referred-: in; Chi- agoYto 'the.,underdeveloped,-na'r .ons:,a"sj '-'new.'targetsV.l of .Soviet It is quite true, that'ihefe'ii'a jifference in the'.'Russian-approa'ch hese, days." Guile ! is" »;god-/word or the'methods npvv- being' etri- hasiud, as compared with the 10-, r ear postwar effort hased prim- rily co'diplomacy backed by .the nhereht threat.'of'force.'.Economic jwrietration.1 i?.- another.-'descriptive ihrase, implying Moscow's .willingness" to deprive the'poorly-served Russian people, in order to impress others. The targets thehiselves, however are not 'hew. They, ha'.v'e been pin" pointed o n ' t h e maps " nist planners for. more than dred years, and they have been the objectives" of inlernalionil "comffiu- iism ever since the Red revolution in Russia.. Outer Mongolia was the first'to fall, in 3923.' .,';: .The minutes of every Comintern meeting between 1924 and 1939'coni * tain direct references to these tar- fieLs'and the means of hitting ihehi. Very ' precise '· blueprints ·· were drawn for the conquest.of the.un- derdeveloped countries at the time the "industrial countries were expected to exterminate'each other-through competition. Since, the been-refined to · - · ' . - DM. 13 19U- The Pep; Girls club of- Gill 'gave a leap year party Wednesday evening in the.ichool Auditorium.' The ncwredio.Cwas used.for dariclng and those .'jiot WsniBg, to dance played checkers and card Darnel. This w'a'i,'-'Uie ; 'iiirj) party Vyen. by the'club/'.'s'f''.',. 1 ''·.'. ;V'. ; ^ -V., Members'of the'Pep club, are .at follo'w»:..'-Either'.'t-Spall,-TM' Evelyn Swansohf Ruth'Arnold,: Doris Heexl, Kafhryn -;Tracy, Lfah :'.Spanner, Vivian and Ferrielta prant, : Kath- r'yn Wells,"BcttyxJeanijBardwell, Lois v McMurrayijaBetUi; Ware, Helen V Wood, V"5iarlene -'Howard, Ixiis'lble,,. Onalee'(Hollaiid, Klla Niebert,..Viola 'Paul,' ; Lillian Hoff, . Paul .'t^nWi.'-'iKindim HtuH. ·) Amar^-^a .Moslem, "15," lives v in ·*ez, In : our tlme,-in j a land, we've ried .so.me'whaCto make purs but .hat', remains" immutably, his-- a .and ;ruled .by the French,' who are iiipporled :'by the ^Americans; "a and : where . trie .'spirit of revolt Joes 'as-'much violence, to ^ancient traditions', and V customs ., as the cohservjltisrii , and. -.'.Imperialism which are th e. target , of .the · re r Bowies 1 .young .hero has an assortment' of. adventures, j good and ' ,-:/Stenh«'m,' Ih?: aulhor.^and,. Le« VeyrfMi, ^havs ,b«e*n ' dropped" together fatefuUy, In ; this · exotic . Sfehham Is working; ori a »ok,-; Lee · wanli to .'.ice '' the cpuntry. Having, .met.;:through double ' acquaintances,. a - pair of Englishmen,-, they' .flee -.the city as the'-hour-of-crisis approaches, ind pick up Am'ar,'who slays'Vfith Jiem 16 the'end.- : : ; .-· - ' ' .Thcse v aro. pepplo;pn]the fringe of-.'modern·,'troubles":In'. Morocco; and if :they. : do; not lead; evenls, nor' Wholly understand',them-they do' : not;, escape the -' consequences of.being present..Bowles gives us a picture of irrepressible. hatred bound to have incalcuably'evil;re- sult's." It's'the sort of hatred that arises - f r o m utter' helplessness;" even the love that flowers in^the midst'.of-'it'has moments : without affectinn or tenderness.' this is tri UblrC -- ^ : - - y - \ . . : ., . p. The. Tribune: y '. -.; Peo'ple*6f-this.World are endows d wltK a visl' variety of opinions*, e have laboritcs;_. : parasites, so- s emdcrats and republicans. : Also, e have.laborites,- arpasites,.'so- alists. and communists. There are ilfishV;:,people,': 'greedy -..people'. ieyes,':murderers and "cruel ones.- here are - r liberal, .-honest r.d onorable -people,: bul wetheed a ore substantial supply- of th'emi For a: lo'iig.'time, it ,has. been ^h'ablt .of politicians ', to attempt uilding themselves'up in th'e.esti- lalio .' : qf. voters : by :· calling : their pponents : crooks. Frequently,: it as worked in politics, b u t . i n no .her line of endeavor" c a n ' m e r i their,:6iTM .wisdom' and^hon- -;, ·s*y by teeming thelr.rivtls of-b«- ' S . nglgnoJantjand. dlslionest.' H'iU..Ji . a selfevident, fact, that..men-.who' ". ... will resbrt r !to."»'ucn-'chicanery' "are ,-j ' riot worthy-of being honored .'and J^! lruited.' : with' . o u r '··' governmental ?U · business,-\eilher 'national, "itato;»r.- imtty\-': f -'-(f.':^-'\^'J.'-4\'t':" : ' : . ".:''v .'. ; .-.v _' : 'J., : H. Elliott, ·-··:.· .. -. · - ' · · " ' ' ' " ' " ' Changing: Speeds - , . . ; . f t ,i,r --'··vj'-\^^.":'fr: : . Ml.-- Michigan-^\ will have chameleon-like\signs to"-;. 1 ^warn* motorists' of -new- sjatewide '·' . speed lirnits.;;i' ; ' '.....-'. ;i ;/;?'Vr " 1 'S^. .;.The* signsT.are. treated, with jie^ -7-1 .* liectorhtd paint so that Ihe-warn-^. 1°.'· Ing of the. 65,mile limit during Ihe^'% "· day will change tC'55 m.iles at night'^y under the'glare of car Headlights, ' r '~' 1\II L UJlltilC T BI1U i i ^ . i i L » % _ . -,..,,,,_- D . . . - ec Ant the role of-supersalesmen for,Communism to B u r m a - a n d - I n d i a . -They must have felt.eilremely confident about the"political-situation at -£. ' home if they were willing to be away from it for so long a time. _ - · Among those they'left behind, however, were V. M: Molotov, whom :ihe Communist parlynot long ago forced into a humiliaUng «» nf " s '°° "of error, on a point'of Leninist dogma, and Georgi Malenkov, .whom Khrushchev^nd company forced from the premiership early . h i s y e a r . "Also-jeft behind are s-group of young, studious, and ambitiqus techno- ·crat.'like-Mikhail P.ervukhin'and Maxim.Saburov, whose "perience in building the.Soviet economy may have demonstrated to i t h e m u i a t ' Marxism fs'inlijrpreled by Lenin^Stalin. and Khrushchev; is. npt.without -r 1 " '"uhos^who-were left behind, in fact, are aware of what a dictator's whims ca'n'db":to : the national economy. They came up.through .the ' ?U1 'i is"notaUe : tharin the past year.Khrushchev ma^e.'h'imself just · . . t _ _ _ t_ - collective 01 supposed · while xSchev yvas away, Maiehkov -,' now only a minister o: the fivlet goSnt - engagld in Communi.t party activity. For ex 'amp^ he ^rneye"d"lu ii,e Urals to address party meetings m id van e erlj^unrMaiehkov'entirely out of IH. picture i n ' t h e Soviet powe itnietura. 4,219, Acres Approved ; - 'for^WalerfpwI^Refjges '.'-' WASHINGTON'" l*^-The ;Migratory Bird.- Conservation _Cpmmjs-. jion has .i'approyed. Interior..Pept; 'purchase of 4,219 · acres' of-'Ian in. seven states .lor ,additions '1 migratory, ^w'ale'rfpwl ] refuges,;. The area includes Monte V'ist National" Wildlife R'efuge 'ui~CoI. radtf.":"?··--;"'.-^ _ . _ - ; · -The department said _that--as i last'Jiine 30;acreage'.in.migrator bird refuge lands'in the conline tal United States totaled 4,557,76 this 'included 25,455 acres boug during,1954-55 with recaipts froi duck: stamp .sales..; . By Doctors NOW Available Without Br^scription r f [Minutei.. -Relief La.U for Hou«! ( PrtaaUnl Alice Bahn'.and- Margaret; Paine " ' ' ' ' limb the ladder of'fame' by.-ac- About'3.000 of-the signs, will M . bad, .all linked more' or less. close ' their" gu'eit' we're'; Leory using _ the.ir; conipel|tors j -. 1 pf; posted · over .'the. slate's.- triinfclirie " ii: 5 ly. to the .political and ,'veligiou! upheavals; he fights with a friend ' ' Edwin; and Harold Briscpe, ' he., is .betrayed ..by', a brbther, h ' ' andi Ray, Gardner, " ' ' The first sizable use of irrigation is beaten by his' father an'd nursec paie.Ba'de'ri .Fred. Russell,' b y - h i s imolher, he is witness to in the United Slates came when Brigham Younj and his Mcr mons diverted water from a stream to'irrigate their fields on land now occupied by Salt'-.Lake City. the terrors of the Istiqlal and th Elmer Miller, Roger brutalities., of the police, and i last he.is called into the icrvic McCune", Roy and -Chester HoUimj ? BV 0o« SKINNW-- of two baffled'Americans. Burkhart, Forrest Kohler, .Tommy and Mrs. , Fred. Woodman, · Miss ' 1 MISTER BREGER Helen. McRea, Corrin Snyder Curves that, Count ST.. LOUIS 1*1 -- Take it 'from a. student of curvei, the. way Amer . can women are put. together gives hem a longer life expectancy than men. - ". . ,· Louis I. Dublin, an. actuary and longtime Student of jife^expectancy ne reason -for'the-longer lives; of lure and physiology.j Since the war the program has A cales .that American firming up. a.bit after floundering quest of the underdeveloped Coun- hC'K -PUPPET KWKEi 0?ERfftoR« WHoWiOSr directly with the hoped-for capilalisfcollapsej.' by" 'cutting off the West f r o m . much of its raw materials." ·'.'··. . . ' · - At sn'olhcr point in his=speech Mr. Dulles, though still-not openly admitting the complete failure of recent negotiations, .with' : Russia, does .recognize' the need- for »'- revised outlook on', the problem of competing .with..Russia_Jn_.the field economic .aid. He -lays ii-Vill it be a new'pplicy.Tfhich is;true. ut it will be a return t o , an old ilicy from which the United States a~s been trying to escape. ' Recognizing :the: Russian ability ·', shift emphasis from one form ! attack to another, at any time,' u s t ^ a s they have "done recently, 'secretary has .reiterated, the ^termination, of thfe United States use · iti* mli.it ary :· a^s well . a i '. iti conomic^'power~-if : -neces'sary- to revent"-. Cbmmunis't · expansion. It 1954 hW FIN6BP* W WE'.U M " ' ,Th«"rtam« tf th« eh«eli »::· .Wird, W«it Ward, i'nd Nerih v Ward, wire cKingiid in 1932 t* t,rflcBln« Fririklln, and WathlmtMi. HALF ACRE CASTLE -tHER QUOTATION KlW BE A'BIT OFF/BUT .WE MAV HAVE WWrtHlNa THERE.' OH NOW, JO -- I C/WT REAU.V eeUtVE CEORGIE'S MOTHER K oernNO HIM A MOTORCYCLE FOR .CHRISTMAS TRUTH IS MOM OFASTRAN«W THAN HCTWN' eference to the availability o pow,- r'-for 'massive "retaliation "for use W.ashingtpn. might see .fit. The secretary's whole speech in BY HAM FISHER MAX'S NEIGHBORS JOE PALOOKA HE LOANED M6 WNEY WWW I WE DEO rr HE HtLPCD ME WNEM i HAD HO owe Tor !TURN1D. THCRSHEIS. HtCOOtO' MEVfRHWt POME IT. t WANT ID LOOK ABOUND...SEE VOU LATER IU H»W H»« THE KO ·KH WITH ME. THIS ' SUKWAS A WU MY MAD. FREMS AN' NEKMBOflS... TUEV B'LIEVE KME...BU7 ITS'-IT'S... HOKLISNESS. Cold Shoulder SCORCHY SMITH CYNIHIAH4S NOTHWS TO SJW DICKIE DARE M O D E S T M A I D E N S AliCiatT. (MP OF H24 HAS 8EBJ SOWING I*AKD5 IDCATEO FWGWEMTOFTHE MCIENT WP... .-. »E*RS BEFORE OOt-UWBJS/ HJROPEAK TO vwrXM /- STOP A-KISSIM'T|ET f- So 1 HAIN'T ENTITLED TO/T (- THEV'SiOOKfJ'AT -AKDEFCVM A GAL GOT HER MONEYS "DajaumMyiffvt'MffttfiMitlitHef^ \;.:, -. BS

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