Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 1, 1961 · Page 6
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 6

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, November 1, 1961
Page 6
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« GREELEY TRIHUN1 Wed., Nov. I, NikNowOutToTightenHis Control Over Soviet Party ·y WILLIAM L. RYAN N*wt BERUN (AP) -- The results ot control of the parly. ;"tbe Soviet Communist 1 which tiid«i Tuesday Indicated congress Is) 61 [makes it resemble the old Stalin- list Politburo. But if there Is lo bo any Stalinism, the chances are that It will be administered collectively. !( Khrushchev gels any Idea's of ex erclsing anything approaching the enormous power wielded by .the his bailie with dissWcnls. now will attempt (a tighten his yet anollier bailie. The Presidium, supposed to be staunchly backed Khrushchev fa his battle against the. group headed by V. M. Mctotov and Gcorgi A. Malenkov. The Presidium is supposed on paper to be elected by the parly congress. Such mailers actually . . . old diclalor, he probably will face congresses; the rank-and-file dele- gales simply approve what has been decided for them. To Limiting fix; ard Cantrd Presidium lo ,, -. . . . ,· · . * . l l l l l . l l j £ II*V A I I ^ O I U . U J I I «/ l i me wllng body of the parly, lias'rriombcrs may have been a move ··«,«» t»_i vi. v I i. I I °, . ' .'--·".. . .memocrs may nave ucen a mo\ ' that Premier Khrushchev, having been pared to 11 members, which j to sa f eglli , r j f hc Kremlin's centr, control while Khrushchev gm ahead in industry and agriculture memory AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS We have added AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS to our regular list of services. Come in and meet CLARENCE BOPP, our new mechanic, who is a specialist in this line. He also specializes in motor tune-ups and repairs. He would like to welcome his friends and customers. Completing fifteen years at this location is Troy "Butch" Champion who still maintains the same excellent work on wheel alignments, wheel balanc- In* and wheel straightening nlong with brake work. IT IS STATE INSPECTION TIME. Burton "Burl" Bond, owner and manager Bond's Automotive Engineers 90S 11 (h Avenue, Greeley ELgin 2-3028 with measures designed to remove bureaucratic roaciblockfj'. .Tt always have hampered the Soviet economy. The names ot Ihose dropped Indicate compromise at the top. Ekatcrlnn Furtscva, Nikolai ijj- nalov and Nuritdin Mihitdinov his were left off the Presidium. All Thus whatever compromises were made came before Khrush- :v mounted the congress rostrum to pour vitriol on the of Stalin and to denounce Slalin's lieutenants as bunglers "These an ^ furderersl Electric Heat For Your Home · Comfortable · Economical · Trouble-free Check With Ul Bcfor« You Build or Remodel FREE ESTIMATES PIONEER Insulation Heating Co. 2301 10th St. Ph. EL 2-6896 Mart Opportunity There had to be a reason for this, and I he reason seems to be that elements within the parly still oppose Khrushchev both in domestic economic policies and In his foreign policy. There are likely, people still in l:Ig'i places whom Khrushchev would like to push out of the way. The party secretarial, now enlarged to nine members, seems to .reflect a divislo'n between points of view in' a collective leadership. It is noteworthy that Mikhail Kuslov, long kix.'.'n for his Stalinist outlook, remains both CALLOUSES! To retien cmliouM*, burning, UodmMM oa bottom of Feet and r*o»OT» etliouMt--uk (of D-Scholls linopads tto Presidium and the secretariat. . One may speculate that Khrushchev so far has missed by a fairly wide margin jetting all he wants. He made it clear he wauled all the antiparty group, people expelled from the Ccmrriuuui-pmty. But there was no such action In the congress, at least publicly. In par;,-, the congress seemed to end suddenly, with hardly any public discussion of Khrushchev's ambitious 20-year economic program. Use of Domestic Wool Down 7% WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Agriculture Department reports that domestic use o! wool this year was about 7 per cent less than last year and 3 per cenl less than (he annual average for the years 1055 to 1958. - . The'reduclon was said to reflect a decline in imports of woolen products and less mill use ot carpet wool. ' The department said prkes received by growers for shorn wool in the early months of Hie current, marketing season were be- lo* those of a year earlier, but have been higher since Augusl. It said prices can be expected to be slightly hghcr than a year ago durng the remainder of the 1961 marketing season. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Weld County Ret! Estate Transfers . Rivtnu. ttampi on rail e«tata tnntfers irt it the ntm »t 11.10 Ml ' · · Oct«Ur N James H. Shejton, trustee, t Federal National Mortgage A. socialkin, Lot J, BJock Z, Connc La Salle. Rev. J6.60. Earl Dunn and Harriet M. Dun to.Barbara Storey, Lot t. Bloc 6, Edwards Homes. Rev. $20.35. Westview Builders Corporation lo Jacobson and Haberman Electric, part of Lot 1, Clock 4, First Addilon to Westview .and. 570 tt. of .Tract A, Second Addition lo Westview. Rev. $5.50. James M. Relsinger and Edith C. Reisinger to Warren A. Tibben and Clara.M. Tibbcn, Lot 20, Block 2, First Addition io Creslvlew, Greeley. ReV. $1.65. Hillside Addition Inc. to Charles Edward Little and Janet Thompson Little, Lot 1,' Block '4, First Addilion \o Hillside. Rev. $14.85. Shaw Homes IDC. to William F. Allnutt and Dolores M. Allnult, Lot 6, Block 1, Royal Gnrdens. Rev. H«. Richard F. Officer and Janet Margaret Officer to Obie J. Atkinson and Violet M. Atkinson, Lot 1 and part Lot 2, Shattuck's, Greeley. Rev. $12.65. William J. Rickard to Midland Properties' Inc., Lots 19-34, Block 2, Evan*.' Rev. 11.65. Greeley Excavation Co. .to George A. Johnson Md Grace M. Johnson, part of Lot 3, Block 13, Greeley. Rev. $3.30. Gene F. Dellcnhach and A. Dellenbach to Alaii D. Sand- Q 0 Td e n berg and Ann Louise Sandberg, all of Lot 5 and'part of Lot 6, Block 1, Philpott's Addition, foci planned: Luplon. Rev..-$17.6u. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS San Bay Ar«a Ha» 8 Spans SAM"'. FHANCISCO-San Tram- Cisco Bay, wkh 450 square Jnflts ot landkcked harbor, ha* eight major highway bridges, including four of the world's greatest rteel Ldy bridges: San Fraclsco-Oakland, Gale, RJchmoad-San Rafael,, aod Carquiuei Straits. Two other major , spans are Southern Crossing, from Army Street in San Francisco to Bay Farrri Island In Alameda, and Francisco-Tiburob. Crossing. CLOSING OUT SALE! INFANTS' CAR COATS V»lu« 4.98 : CAR COATS, 3, to 6x. Value 10.98 - .-: ' CAR COATS, 7 to 14. V«lue 17.9* ______ BOYS' JACKETS, 2 to t. Vflue 9.98 - , BOYS' DRESS PANTS, 4 to 7. V»lu« 4.98;. . RECEIVING BLANKETS V»lu» 79c ·'_;.. _-;_ SALE ZiV9 SALE Dili SALE 11.98 SALE Dill SALE Zi25 3 ,. r 1,19 BABY CREEPERS, . Vafue 1.49 _ · NYLON BABY BLANKETS, Valin 4.S8 STERILIZERS Vslue 3.98 SALE SALE . SALE 79c 2.77 2,49 Everything In thi (tore must go nt · lacrlflce. Will not be open very long. TOTS AND JUNIORS SHOP 924 /i .8th Avenue STOCKFLETH HARDWARE Come In and See Our LAY AWAY NOW FOR THE HOLIDAYS! STORM WINDOW KIT Plastic storm window complete with nails and hold down strips 37c Cooking and Serving Sel. Reg. 12.95 _ 99 Adjustable IRONING BOARD Reg. 6.95 SJ89 1-Quart COPPER MOLDS Each 99c 9-Pc. L9BBY GLASS SET 8 Handsome Tumblers with Chrome Carrier $O89 FURNACE FILTERS KEEP DUST OUT OF YOUR HOME! Fibre- PLASTIC CLOTHES PINS 1 Dozen 9c Pkg. Caulking Compound S«al Up The Cracks Around Windows and Doors Tube 29c WE CUT ALL SIZES Single or Douhle Strenglh. TIRING US YOUR' MEASUREMENTS I See All The New CORNING BAKE and SERVE COOKWARE Including the new Roaster and Flatter S«t. WM« StlKtiM SNOW SHOVELS B« Prtparwl! $ 2 49 Up STOCKFLETH HARDWARE Greeley's Only Independent, Home-Owned Hardware Store - · HILLSIDE llth Avenue and 25th Street SATURDAY, NOV. 4th 3 p.m., Hillside Parking Lot In Scrip Redeemable at Any Hillside Merchants Will Be Given Away! HILLSIDE BAKERY SPECIALS Tender each 6c 55c DONUTZELS 8-Inch, DEEP Pumpkin Pie The Very Finest OUR Split Layer Cakes WITH ALL THE CREAM AND I NUT MEATS ARE UNEXCELLED TRY ONE! Happy House Shop POLISH DOLLS, «uth-nt!c dreil FRENCH CREAM BOATS IMPORTED CANDIES from Holland', England, Francs. ASH TRAYS, low bowli, gold-leaf trim. QQ g.-.'33a LM value STUDIO.CARDS MRS. STEVENS HAND-ROLLED, HAND-DIPPER CHOCOLATES Always fresh--N6n« Better--Bulk'or Box ' CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS SAVE UP TO BUY NOW 257 OON Syivania aid Pbiko Portables and Consoles SHOP NOW AM) SAVE! We specialize in quick, "painless" haircuts that youngsters e n j o y and mothers are delighted with. And our prices are always reasonable. 4 Barbers To S«rv» You HILLSIDE BARBERS AVOID THE BIG RUSH AND SHOPPING CONFUSION A KODAK CAMERA *^ f -** -4r HILLSIDE CAMERA CORNER Division .nf Camera. Supply, Int. In Gilbert'* Hillside Pharmacy EL 2-129S

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