Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 10, 1962 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, December 10, 1962
Page 14
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Pa^^REJl^Y TRJB£NE Mon^. l 5J 962| Mother Qn(J -^ U. N. is Tarnished, Life Magazine Says KK\\ YOHK i AC' -- President | report by John L Sleele. Chief oi The buikaod and falher, Clarence Ohlmaa was nearby when Uie bbit wrecked the home about thej The home it . , - - - - = ---. Virginia group of biuldiags including . and Susan, were four years old small start and used automobile and six months old _ Duby said a kerosene stove isjatoogside U.S. Highway X. list SovMtt AM Syria DAMASCUS - The Soviet Ui parts yard operated by Ohlman ion at the Syrian Government's .Mrs. Frances Ohlman 26. and herji two dau;hte: died Sundav in an 1 · said. « .. , euc - was demolished. Searchers| icoutd not enter the ruins for twol ' s Ohlman was i n h o c k and un-1 hours to recover the bodic. request has presented a "corn- financing and construction of the m, according to the Kennedy himself provided two Saturday Evening Post writers ts Washington bureau, said: "For weeks it was widely known . . . .,- = ---- , ..... v rorwitKS u was wiociv Known «iU. he mres, t u top-level de- j,, Waihillg ton that the President. libeiations of his Cuban crisis ad- specilicallv visors. Life Magazine said Sun. ,. hargcd day. His intention was for them to respondent for the Chattanooga prepare a chronology. Life con- Times, to help prepare s semi- tinned, but the resulting story official chronology of the events tended to label t'.X. Ambassador of the October crisis. Baitlett Adlai E. Stevenson us an appeas er. Slevenson denied it and the President, after three days of con- Irsver:,}-. expressed "iiillest confidence" in him. oined talents with Stewart Alsop. he Saturday Evening Post's Washington editor. ··Thereafter, on White House orders, the doors of the State De- Pierre Sslingcr, White House partmem and the Central Intelli- press secretary, asked to comment on the Life itory at Palm ;ence Agency were thrown open o the- two reporters. Neither writ- Springs. Calif., where the Presi- er talked with Stevenson." dent was relaxing, said: "That story is absolutely and completely without foundation." The Life article poinl-by-point disputed the reference? to Steven-: ton's role as reported in the Post by Stewart Alsop and Charles Bartlett, and said. "Tiie consequences of the Alsop-Bartlctt story, snd the President's hesitancy in denouncing it directly, served to undercut Ambassador Stevenson's position at the United N a t i o n s . His prestige there, now tarnished, will have to be polished again if he is to remain effective." Life, naming no source for its British Name Woman LONDON - Mrs. Elizabeth Lane, Q. C.. 57, has been appointed Britain's first county court judge. She becomes a judge on the Edmonton, Middlesex, circuit and be known as her Honour Judge Elizabeth Lane. Mrs. Lane, a barrister of the Inner Temple since 1940, was the On thls P artlcular P°'"t. Stei fourth woman to "take silk " TM°" TMn' "rUier Uian the Pres. when she became a QC in 1960 dcnt hlmself ultunatel y decitle(i Her husband, H. T. Randall 1° 6 °j lnslead of Ule U ' N ' Lane, also a barrister is legal bassador s flat demand that the adviser to the British i ouncil "',, es ^ ' removed .' Kennedy finally asked only that they bt 'rendered inoperable.'" Nickel Alloy First NEW YOHK - It is believed that nickel was the first alloying element used in steel castings. This was in 1896 when the first nickel steel-mill rolls were cast. and dim-tlv. , d · imate friend who is capital Their article reported Stevenson as advocating a soft stand, dissenting from the decision for a naval quarantine of Cuba and support^ a trade of U.S. mis- ile bases in Turkey and Italy for he Soviet base in Cuba. Life countered: -- "Slevenson insisted that a very strong U.S. position be taken it once." --"Stevenson strongly supported" a naval quarantine of offensive weapons, extended to oil if necessaiy. "Then, if that still did not do the job, the quarantine could be escalated into a total blockade. This was precisely the course the acsninistration decid ed to follow." --"Stevenson never did support any proposal to swap bases . . and it was Stevenson who suggest ed that our government stipulate there would be no further gener al disarmament talks . . . unti Soviet offensive weapons were ou of Cuba. "On this particular point, Stev OPEN Saturday Afternoons through Sat.. Dtc. 29 BARBER STUDIO ^ I) I I *· fift neaaquarterA 6ince 1911 the RACER look for the label lo be tare PACE SETTING STYLE...PLUS PILE LINED COMFORT Active men take lo the Racer-take lo its light and easy feel, its extra pile lined warmth, its easy-action raglan shoulders, and to its modefn slim-turn styling detailed with a knit collar, side tabs and , 2-butlon cuffs. Of a sturdy colton poplin ' that washes in a jifly. Gift Wrapped FREE In the Hibbi Tradition Hibbs 8 1 4 - 8 1 6 Ninth Street Mor - Volu Stamps KITCHIN CABINETS Built-in AjflUMM WELLE* IUMKR t». TMI TRIBUNf WANT ADS We Have Purchased HENRY IROWN This Is The Way The Wind Blows... EATON, COLORADO Jim Eilii jack Capp International-Harvester FARM TRACTORS and EQUIPMENT International-Harvester MOTOR TRUCKS Bill Gladstone Because \vc will soon be moving lo new and larger facilities, thus expanding our service to the entire farming MVL-H, it is now our pleasure to announce that we have purchased the Eaton International - Harvester dealership, Henry Brown, Inc. New machinery and parts purchased from that firm, widely known and respected for many years thruout the northern Colorado area, will he brought to our Greeley store and the Eaton outlet closed. It is our hope that many of the personnel of the Eaton firm will become associated with us. With the combining of these two dealerships, this agricultural area is now assured the largest, most complete stock of repair parts and most modem repair shop in the state of Colorado. We are increasing the number of radio-equipped service trucks and we pledge to you our very best efforts to maintain your trucks, tractors and farm machinery in the most efficient and speedy manner. ELLIS and CAPP EQUIPMENT CO. 508 Eighth Avenue GREELEY 352-9141

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