Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 11, 1962 · Page 7
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Nehru Warns Troops Of Red Chinese Trap ·y HINRY t. MAMMM NEW DE1HI. Indi» AP-' Prime Minister Nehru warned his front-iioe troops Monday against being lulled into a trap by the Hed Chinese cease-fire and told them to keep on Uw alert for a possible flare-up ol fighting in the Himalayas. Speaking Hindi, the Indian leader declared in a jpecial broadcast to the armed forces that Peking's proclamation of a pullback may be orJy a trick-"We do not know how long it will continue." Mi* The Chines* betrayed India and returned its good will with treachery. the prime minister said. "They have threatened to resume hostilities if we do not accept their terms, but we are d«- Kehru't dtiiant stand was tak a a the "clear and definite" an- wer that Peking demanded over he weekend in what many re- ;arded as an ultimatum, couplet i-ith a threat to go oc tne offen ive again. WHMrM.1 Peking brwuicut claimed however, tint Chinese troopt. who earlier pulled back along the east era end ol the frontier, continued their withdrawal Sunday. Peking's main demand called or withdrawal of both armies rorn the Chinese-defined line o s'ov. 7, 1959, to create a demili wized zone, and disengage the troops. Nehrj said India would accep disengagement only on the basis of a Chinese pullback to line legislators--thai he might be in a compromising mood. He rejected Red China's terms for a settlement of the frontier conflict. Nehru told Parliament th Kcd tin 1 Communists "the benefit ol their recent invasion and place them in an advantageous ant dominating position fnr further ag gresslon In the future lermined not lo submil to iheir held Sept. g before the Commu threat." nWj launched their big offensive Earlier. Nehru set at rest anjti- The different between UK tw ety--evident recently among some positions, he said, is "aboul J,50 square miles of Indian territorj which China occupied as a resu of invasion and massive attacks. Another Chinese point wa_ whether India accepted the cease- Chinese proposed line would give fire. Nehru told Parliament "W vDinah Surprised IT"**- "·*·· -- *·* CREELEY TRIBUNE p«t« t ' /n Family of 14, Yu/e Is Massive Maneuver By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP T«ltvi»n-R«iM Wnltr NEW YORK 'AP'-There's anj unwritten la\v of television requiring singers, betwren numbers to engage in a little light and. SHORT HILLS. .--,gifts. The younger children could- At 9:30 Christmas imrmng. anin't get near them. S" lin « o[ u children - who is going «here and how and 24-year-old Jim. «il! be standing outside their livins room door times . .. Wa lt says I shoaid have a waiting to dismantle a roomfull jbig ca i endari b j. don . t j Kem of presents. ilo remember whoever asks for Later on they'll consume two.the car first, gets it. But last DISASTER SCENE-Thi3 is SB exterior vfew of U.S. Steel Corporation'; P.obena Mine where 37 men were trapped following an explosion Dec. 6 at Carmichaels, Pa. Rescue crews were still working toward the men Sunday. iAP Wirephoto) 'Slaccurate in Hilda's mind at all _ -- . hopefully, fwiay conversation i b - v a 8 e lnm 10-month-oiO Peto to| a . wnat tinK , ^ miraculously kepi Most of U» time this cue-card "·TM" J%U '"" '"" K " "-"""" · - - · · persiflage falls flat. That's about par for these bits on any show. Actually. Dinah's j pleasant potpourri of melody with something 20-pound turkeys, with the help of I Christmas there accepted it ai.d nothing has bee done on our behalf to imped* im plcmeMation of tne cease-fire declaration." The third point to which Peking demandtd an answer was on talks by officials on a demilita- riied jone and related matters. Nehru said the talks cannot be held until it has been determined which line is to be the basis of the lone. Parliament gave almost unanimous approval to Nehru's policy after a five-hour discussion. Some Wife Not Guilty Of Murder in Durango Trial DL'RANGO IAP - Mr«. Mar garct Lee Armslrong. 37, was ac quitted by a District Court iun Monday of charges of murder In T^ P art '. mo f k " 15 «"#* to Ihe tivern shooting of her hus-l, lc TM' ai f?^ 0 "' 1 Ch T* · · crms more bluntly than Nehru lad done but these moves failed la gain support. Nehru's warnings raised the prospect o( a resumption of ihoot- ng along the 2.500-milc fronl-- quiet ilnct the Red Chines* proclaimed a unilateral ceate-fire on Nov. 22. They came, loo, as six non- band. Curtis, w. The jury deliberated 4'i hours. Dist Judge John H. Galbraitti directed the jurors to either find her innocent or guilty of first degree murder or second degree murder. Manslaughter was ruled out as a verdict. Mrs. Armstrong testified the t .. ,. : . ··*.· v»4ii*, iw ua BIA uvni- shooting climaxed an extended 4^ MtionJ , riendl . to K , w period of drinking and extramari lal affairs bv her husband, superintendent of a natural gas compressor station at (,'haco Canyon in northern New Mexico. the bar at Vallccho Reservoir, II miles north of Uurango. v.hcn the ·laying tuok place last Sept. 5. M's Armstrong said she has been subject to epileptic seizures She testified that she rernembcrn nothing about tho afternoon of the ."Iwoling after she sat down on a stool in the bar next to her bus- hand. He was shot four limes with a .22 caliber pistol. Stale witness es snid Mrs. Armstrong had firei the gun. for about even- musical taste-from blues and Irving Berlin to gospel songs anfl way-out jazz. Sinatra, when he could get away from the cut eariK. was most amusing. The alarmed expression on Dinah Shore's face when Frank decided to do a ballet dance behind her in her last number 'she didn't understand the roar of laughter greeting a serious piece) was one of mam- unplanned fresh moments. There's a new "Perry Mason" Tiystery novelet in an issue of a current magazine, complete with illustrations. The artist has done exact portraits of television's Raymond Burr. Barbara Hale and William Hopper who play the were so rnanv a few others relatives, enjoy a I drivers home, we rented an extra spot of champagne, and then re-jcar." lax while their father plays a| parlor-size organ. | This massive maneuver is con-[friends the rest of the year, each Whether it's holiday party time or the more usual activities with from Erie Stanley Card- books. After six seasons WAITING FOR WORD--The family of one of the trapped miners in Robena Mine at Carmichaels, Pa., wait for word from rescue teams trying to reach the men who were trapped after an explosion Dec. 6. Left to right are William Hribal, father of one of the victims. Mary Hribal, wife of a trapped man, and two other relalives. Rescue workers had recovered 7 bodies of Ihe 37 Irapped men by Sunday. (AP Wirepholo) Delhi and Peking met in Colombo, Ceylon, to seek a solution to the conflict between Die two Asian Slants. Nehru, a leader and often Iho spokesman for the nonaligned She and her husband were in bloc, called on hit old colleagues '" "· "-»--"- » ·- - convening in Ceylon to "remcm ber there can be no compromise with expanding miliurism.' Stolen 4 Suspects In Mail Robbery Being Watched WASHINGTON (AP! - Four men suspected of taking part in Uic J15-milllon Plymouth. Mass, mail robbery arc under constanl surveillance in a cal-and-mousc fame which federal aulhoritics Impe will lead to recovery of the loot. James F. Kellcher. special assistant to the postmaster general, told newsmen Monday that federal officials have asked all police agencies in Massachusetts to help keep n cloje check on the four suspects. "We feel very strongly that ihese four men arc prime sus pocU." Kelleher snid, "and we Cor, Baby In It Recovered DENVER IAP) - A car with a 6-month-old girl in the fron scat was stolen from Cherry Creek Shopping Center Monday am three hours later the car and babj were found abandoned about two miles away. Police had no clues to the thie who drove away in the car led parlud with the keys in it by Mrs J. C. Martin of suburban Littleton The baby. Amanda W. Martin as taken t examinition. Officers said Mrs. Martin re ported she left the oar for only « few minutes when she went into I Ihe Denver Dry Goods Co. storc^ to make a small purchase. Tne condition of the baby was not immedlitcly learned. h.-ivr been paying .'ittentirm to Ihcm." JUNIOR ROOKIE OF YEAR --Switch hitter Tom Tresh of Ihe New York Yankees world championship baseball leam was League rookie of the year. Trcsh Rookie of the Year. Tresh drew the votes ol 13 of Die 20 members o( the Baseball Writers Association ol America who were on the selection committee. Tresh last season played 111 games at shortstop and 43 games in left field. He batted 286. Tresh, son of former Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians catcher Mike Tresh. was born in Detroit 24 years ago. (AP \Virephotoi Error Almost Elects Kurz State Rep. DENVER AP) - A man who didn't win election as a state representative almost made it Monday--through an error. The official abslract o! voles submitted to the Colorado secre tary of state's office by the Den ver Election Commission listec Edward Philip Kurz. a Republi can. as having 78.931 votes. This would have placed him fifth among the candidates fo sUle representative. Denver elects 17 represenlalives. His inclusion among: the Icai crs would have, shoved Rep. Ben Klein, a Democrat, into 18th plac --one shy of re-election. All unofficial tabulations hai showed Kurz among the candi- iates who failed lo win. Kenneth Russell, elections ad ministrator for the secretary of tale, and n reporter discovered the Kurz vole total Monday aft- 'rnoon during a check of candidates' votes. Russell called the election commission immediately. The commission checked its records. It discovered that Kurz's vole had been Temperatures By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS roles ner's the three television performers have become even-body's idea o: the books' fictional characters. Garry Moore, who has been looking for a girl to fill the gaping hole left in his variety program by Carol Burnett's departure, apparently thinks he has found her in comedienne Dorothy Loudon. The Perry Como Show, a victim of falling ratings this season, has reacted as if lo a shot of adrena lin. The program in recent week taken on more spirit and lust er. The performers, too, seem to have come alive. High Low Pr. 28 24 . 37 20 . 19 2 . 40 33 .07 .05 .03 Looms Dott to 1470 TOURS. Franc* - The firsl sllk-we«ving looms in France were sel up in Tours In 1470 when Louis XI. lo curb the flow ol French gold and silver abroad, considerable decided lo establish a domes-lie jsilk industry. Jump from Plane Kills One Man; Nine More Safe W ATKINS GLEN, N Y . (API- Nine crewmen jumped safe! from a burning Air Force refuel ing plane Monday night. A was killed. Wtl Albany, cloudy ... Atlanta, clear . .. Bismarck, cloudy Joise. cloudy . . Boston, clear 33 28 Buffalo, cloudy 26 16 Chicago, clear 181 8 Cincinnati, snow Cleveland, snow Denver, cloudy Des Moines, doudy Detroit, snow Fairbanks, cioudy .. Fort Worth, dear ... Honolulu, cloudy Indianapolis, snow . Jacksonville, clear .. Juneau, rain Kansas City, snow .. Los Angeles, cloudy . 64 cloudy 44 Miami, clear 60 Milwaukee, clear .... 14 Mpls.-SL Paul, cloudy . 8 tov Orleans, clear .. 56 New York, claar 32 )maha, cloudy 23 Philadelphia, clear .. 29 3 hoenix, doudy 78 Pittsburgh, sjiow ... 17 Portland, Me., clear . 37 30 .05 Portland, Ore., clear. 53 'Wine and Roses' Not Merry Fare 07 |For Holidays · ; By BOB THOMAS AP Movit-Ttltvision Writer HOLLYWOOD iAP) - Despite its cherry title, "Days of Wine and Roses" is anything bul mer y entertainment for the holidaj ducted annually by the children of Hilda and t'.'alter Maloney, »'ho nerged their families after each lad become widowed, and went on o add two more young Maloneys o bring the clan to an even doz- -n. There are five youngsters in :ollege, three teen-agers at home, and a primary group aged 9, 7, nd 4 -- plus the baby. In less competent hands, there might be utter chaos. But auburn- laired Hilda, who combines total efficiency with "entle charm, has ong since developed ways to keep Ihings under control. Nothing can be left to the last minute, she says. She begins her Christmas shopping in August, trying to kee|- the pile of presents for each evenly balanced. "I ask each one what he wants, and fill the specific- requests first. Some of the children find tt hard to think that far ahead, and I do too. Last year, Claire (a sophomore at college', needed a type writer. Kathy a high school jun ior) got luggage, and an evening dress for the holidays. Two of thi ouneer ones wanted bikes. Am icchanical things fascinate Wai cr Jr. (4 years old'." Mechanical things also member of the family checks with his mother on the way out, saying where he is going, how he'll get there and when he'll be home. ollege-age group, who spent one Christmas night playing war in he center hall with little Walter's ·cportcd 10.000 too high -- actual- Richmond, clear 34 21 it was 68.931 -- and blamed a clerical error. This left Klein, with 72.155 voles safely in 17th place. The election commission immediately picked up the erroneous abstract and promised a correc one would be sent in before the official canvass of voles Wednes-' day morning. 23 1.20 22 48 26 50 11 4 30 22 11 21 44 14 30 .03 St. Louis, snow San Diego, cloudy San Francisco, clear . 59 47 Seattle, fog .......... 41 38 Tampa, clear ........ 51 39 Washington, clear ... 34 20 Winnipeg. M . M M (M -- Missing; T-- Tract) .03 IbE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS On return each checks in by tapping gently at his parents' door. and stating his arrival. Though means bein,; wakened three er our times during the late evening. iilda and Walt prefer it to worry- J g- With such a large number of irothers and sisters to remember at Christmas, the children often earn up by pairs "to buy a little nicer present withoul depleting heir funds." explains Hilda. All heir present money comes from allowances and earnings, with he exception of 4-year-old Walter who is likely to need financial subsidy. Responsibility for setting up the huge tree thai traditionally stands in Ihe Maloneys' fronl hall is laken by Ihe older boys. The top of Ihe 15-fool evergreen slretches far up into the stairwell, and i» decorated annually with red balls, red lights and tinsel. Just before going hack to college, the older boys dismantle it, because the others can'l handle it. In spile of Ihe array of gifts confronting Ihem on Christ ,ias morn- fascinated friends of the ling, the Maloney tribe looks for- eason. H is tlie screen's strongest emperance tract since "The We ·arade" MC-M-W32i Yes. eve stronger than "The Lost Week end." which at least had som sober moments and a sprinklin of laughs. "Wine and Roses" is an unre lenting downward slide of a mod ern couple ensnared in a purpose ess existence. There is hope fo one of them at the close, but the oiher seems unable to climb ou of the bottle. "We're a threesome." say Jack Lemmon lo his wife, play« y Lee Remick. "You, me anc wore." That just about sums up the plot. Then what makes the movie notable? The performances. "Wine and Roses" may well supply the starring Oscar that has eluded him these past two years. He won as a supporting actor f"r "Mister Roberts" in 1955, but ran out of the money as star in "Some Like It Hot" and "The Apartment." He is overdue. No American actor is more of a delight to watch: none is more versatile. In tliis film he is again the rising young ·xeculive. at odds with business morality, but he abandons any comedic tricks for sheer dramat- His descent into alcoholism is rorrendous. He has the screaming D.T.'s in a violent ward. He writhes strapped to a table in a dryingout room. But the most memorable scene in the film-and in recent times--is when he wrecks a hothouse full of flowers in search of a secreied bottle. Not far behind Lemmon in the acting honors is Lee Remick an ward with special interest to their slockings. "One year I Ihought I'd cut down on preparations, and skip stockings for the older children. They raised such an outcry that Claire had lo hunt around and fill some for them. And of all the gifts to buy, I find stocking giiU the hardest." Tropical Fish Exported KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaya is enjoying a boom in tropical-fish exporting. The most popular are ldfish swordfish, and ^ y ,,, s S cr ' tilling nuuula IS LAX' IVKIItll.h rtl\l i , . : t . . "X accomplished, naturalistic actress!"^!!?;:. AustTaIlil * "* * who uses no tricks of personality.] She is perfeclly believable as trie| non-drinkinc sir! ried aad decides vho gets mar- it is easier to drink along with her imbibing liushand. She is not given as many startling scenes and her motivations are poorly defined, but their degradation is starkly effective nonetheless. Theory Neglected . LONDON - In 18S2 Sir James Crichton-Browne suggested that lack of fluoride in the diet might account for the high rate of tqolh decay in London. But his theory \\ent unexpored for nearly- 7 40 years. : Fly Biggest Animal McMURDO STATION, Anlarc- jtica -- A tiny wingless fly, Belgica Evening Christmas Shoppers Special!! Buy one Pork Tender l,nin Sandwich for our regular price of -\M THE 2nd ONE COSTS JUST when ordered nl the sum* lime!; COO!) TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY THIS W K E K AKTKR 5 I'.M. ON'IA!! Enjoy one of the.^e tasty sandwiches before or A f t e r your evening Christmas shopping:! AP Drive In 1330 ith Av«. Next To Bus Oepol Tlie fate of the plane was anlarstica. is the iargesl dry-land shrouded in mystery. Reports that I a n i m n ' naliv(! 'o Antarctica. It it had crashed in the Adirondack! 1 "' 115 in "**$ in ice-free areas, oothills appeared crronwnis. ! ·----· The crewmen all landed near) Population Up Odessa, southeast of this Finger! ....c,,,vr"rnv Lakes vill.i-c i NASHINTON " " lore than as many people are born as ;die in Ihe United Slates each year, were 4.:R2.000 births The nine who survived walked i .uffwed'nSTn-uri 1 ''" 1 ' 1 ' "^'" "*" """ Jiken to Scliuvlcr Hospital n t l ' j i j*'*-*. *. n / learby Montour" Falls. 'j^'tod 2,1.M for a net gain of Tetanus is Killer I KAHAOH - Medium-sized (.AI'K TO\\N - Mure people injti.irtors are finding a ready mar- Smith Africa die of letamis t h a n i k e t in conslruciion minded Pnki- polio is ,. in Because You Have Requested It KYOU - 1450 On Your Dial - Will Play The Kntire 52 Minute Alhum "FIRST FAMILY" TONIGHT From 7:30 to 8:30 The Weld County itank Is Making Thi* Service Possihle Colorado Most Incredible TRUE Story In U.S. Navy History Eastman COLOR DOORS OPEN 1 *.», SHOW STAETS 1:1* NOW LAST DAY THE MARK Doors Open 1 p.m. Snow starts 1:30 p.m. Maria Schcll Stuart Whitman Rod Steiger TOMORROW SIDOGESMeeblVlApHS.. In Their Newest Screwiest Escapade! AT KENNEDY FOUNDATION DINNER-Prcsident Kennedy nnd Adlai Stevenson walk together in ,1 dinner c! the Ki-mf.-d'y I Fuund.iliun in Vasiu'ndmi IVv. 6 at which nu.-it-ii, «eir made bv llu 1 (oimdsliiin for rcsojrch in Hie field nl mental rciard.ilion. ' Mevcnson was master of ceranonirs at Ihr affair. This w.i.. the j first public ;ippt\ii-:ince of Kennedy and Stevenson since ptihhoa- | lien of n maiw/uw article hinting tin- Kennedy adminirtratinn'j | displeasure with saw views allewdly cxpn-vx-d \y S-evensoii · at swrel imt1in.s« durinp tho (Y.Km i-risis. H.th men have denied a nfi. .-\r Wirephotni T O N I G H T ALASKAN "ISLAND ADVENTURES" (i.H.S AUDITORIUM 7::ilt p.m. Ticket* M j 8t Purchjjfrt »! Ore-A D U L T S SJ.OC C H I L D R E N SOf F i l m Snonjored hy \\;d C o u n t y F,,h «i-d W i l d Lj At»ocl»tlei Una Pjwntf A r c h e r y C'ub couofc

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