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Written by Honci Grteley In 1171 AND THE GREELEY REPUBLICAN VOLUME 54-NUMBER M 6RWH.IY, COLOMBO SATURDAY, NOV. 4,.1M1 WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1171 Gen. Taylor Against Sending U.S. Troops To South Viet Nam 3 Councilmen To B Elected on Tuesday ' B v HARRY KELLY - WASHINGTON (AP) - Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, just'returned from Southeast Asia, has indicated ' lie would not recommend sending U.S. troops to Communist- threatened South Viet Nam. Taylor made his report to President Kennedy Friday in a two- hour conference. Officials said Taylor reconv mended · a series of actions for strengthening South Viet Nam against Communist guerrilla attacks. . . , What he told Kennedy was not revealed by the White House. But_ Taylor (old newsmen earlier, upon landing, at Andrews Air Force Base, that "human re- U.S., Japan Talk on Trade Liberalization · ! By KENNETH JSHII . · HAKONE, Japan (AP) --.The United'Stales and Japan agree) Sal. to'work toward .(liberalizing bade between Ihe'two counlries and to -cooperate in helping un derdeveloped nations. Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk said, "Some very gratifying re suits" emerged from the econom ic-lalks held during his three-da; conference. A 20-point joint com munique spelled t out aims 'sharec by both' countries. It. stressed the importance trade between the two nations and specifically declared that th United States would support Jap anese efforts to eliminate wha was called discrimination agains Japan 'in trade agreements volving other : nations. ; . Ja'paa $*}-. Uc DwUd ;'s^i*« ' : 'also'will exchange inforrrt^tKm"o labor" standards'--arid piijbjes, ·" said, "in order to avoid "misconceptions affecting their tradin relationships'.". - HattieDearh Toll Is Still urces" in South. Viet-Nam are dequate, thus indicating he did wl plan to recommend sending .S. forces there now. The While House said Kennedy ould consider Taylor's report (er Secretary of Stale Dean usk returns Sunday from the ar East. Also at Friday's conference"was 'alt W. Hoslow, deputy .special ssistanl lo the President for na- onal security affairs. He accom- anied Taylor to Southeast Asia.. Jay W.' Gildner, associate White iouse press secretary, would not omment.on reports that Taylor ad recommended - the United tales increase ils aid lo South 'let Nam ralhcr than send U.S. orces there at this time. The general's party spent seven ays in South Viet Nam and two ays in Thailand. · Among military changes recommended to Kennedy by Taylor, aid officials) were these: Seller and faster collection of nlelligence lo enable the South Viet Nam army lo strike back at uerrillas more swiftly. Reorganization of 'the army's command si rue lure to give of- icers.in the field more authority o make decisions. Improved communications be- ween government, army head- [uarters and outlying villages. Intensification of training being provided by U.S. guerrilla war- are specialists and by military advisers. By FRANK COLOHAN Final preparations were under way Saturday for Greelcy's city election Tuesday, Barton Buss, city clerk, reported.- City street, department employ- es Friday started setting up the ,voting booths in the cily's 31 polling places. Buss said the em- ployes were continuing this work Saturday morning and would complete the setting up of the booths Monday. Judges T Pick up Supplies Precinct election judges are to pick up registration books, ballots and supplies by 4 p.m. Monday Under slate law, two judges from each precinct nro required to pick up the election material lor :hcir polling place. Buss said ho thought there possibly would be a prelty good turnout of voters (or the election ii the weather Is half-way decent Tuesday. He; observed there seemed lo be considerable interest in the election. A total 3,679 persons are registered vote. A mayor and three ward.coun- cilmcn are to be elected Tuesday. Mayer Unopposed Mayor Gordon K, Risslcr is Details at a Glance About City Election SEEING IS BELIEVING -- There's a lot of sauerkraut potential in this head of cabbage held by a girl in Lucca, Italy, seed shop. The giant vegetable was weighed at 2S',i pounds. It grew in the garden of a peasant at Sorbanelto, in northwestern Italy. Texas Vote Heavy in Race For Congress 3, Greeley Stores 6 Remain Open Dn Mqn. Nights Three Greeley stores .have ini- ated a policy, of keeping Iheir lores open on .Monday night as ·ell as Friday evening. The three stores, Joslin's Fasion Bar and the J. C. Penney Co. 'ill now have store hours from :30 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. on bolh londay and Friday. Many other Greeley. businesses ave Ihe same'-sUrfe hours on Fri- ay.'but close at the regular time f 5:30 p.m. on Monday. Managers of the stores said the dditional shopping time has been lade available-for customer con ; enierice. Families can shop to ·y SAN ANTONIO,-;.Tex.;:(AT Heavy"Vdter-lurnoufs were report ed in ail sections of this soutl Texas city Sat! .as it'chose a congressman to fill'the vacancj left by' the resignation of Rep Paul Kilday, a Democrat. The weather was cool and clear One.precinct in the heavily Dem ocratic' West Side had-15 .peppl Climbing ·y THEODORE A. EDIGER BELIZE, · British Honduras 'AP)-- Thirty-six bodies dug out 'rom the. ruins of the courthouse raised .the death toll of hurricane Hattie Saturday to SM. Cleanup crews found the bodies in the smashed British colonial administration building' where residents -fled for refuge when, the tlorm struck early Tuesday. This -capital city remained paralyzed. All business places were out of operation, including three newspapers.. . British soldiers from Jamaica patrolled the streets under martial law. Looting-- rampant earlier in the week-- appeared under control. Governor Sir Colin Thornley announced that "anyone who attempts to take any food illegally Kill be shot dead." Evacuation of Belize's 15,000 homeless proceeded slowly for lack of. transportation. But 4,000 persons from the Stann's Creek area, SO miles south of the capi tal, were transported by boat to northern British Honduras. Americans and Britons were be ing repatriated as fast as aircraf could be provided. Tents were erected at Pine Ridge, 16 miles west of Belize (o harbor Belize refugees until a new capital is built still farthe west. Shortage of trucks, gaso- lines and ttnts plowed the work. | Th* WMthcr The temperature at 1 p.m. Sat urday wa 41. Local for 24 hours ending a.m. Saturday. Great Western waiting m line when the polls pened at 8 a.m. Polls close at ' p.m. ' · ' . - · ' · ' Officials, of both parlies, who onlinued last-minute appeals to oters, expected the 'outcome to e dose. Kilday resigned to be- pme a judge of the.U. S. Court f Military Appeals. Democratic State Sen. Henry B. Gonzalez and Republican John kwde Jr., '_ were regarded as th eading candidates in the -race, in which President Kennedy, Vic ·resident Lyndon B. Johnson ormer President Dwight D. E senhower, Governor Price Danie and a number of senators am congressmen played a part. G. H. Allen, It, a retired vet erinarian; Norman Brock, 53, rare book dealer; and Ernes Cude, 54, a printer, also wer candidates. Johnson Campaigned for Gon zalez in person and on televisio Thursday and Friday, and schei uled six hours of hand-shakin and off-the-cuff speeches this af ernoon. Eisenhower toured the city Monday campaigning for Goode and sent the GOP candidate a ielegram Friday night re-affirm ing the endorsement. Expert Believes Antiradiat Developer OTTAWA, (AP) - Charles B Lhnbrick, a Canadian missile anc radar expert, said Friday he be lieves the Soviet Union has per fected an antiradiation drug. He said that in such circum WASHINGTON - (AP) - A' pro- 23 posed cut in federal spending N could block a promising avenue in the fight against cancer-- the use a of drugs-^a leading surgeon says. f r Dr. Isidor S. Ravdin,.past pres- g ident.of the American College of r{ Surgeons, said a cutback in can- tl cer research funds at this point could make it impossible to test a w Adenauer's Re-election I Looks Certain ' BONN, Germany (API-- Konrad J" Adenauer's re-election as .West " German chancellor for the fourth * time was virtually assured Sat. ' His Christian Democratic parly accepted a - compromise agreement' for a coalition government with the Free Democrats.-. · The 'Bundestag. (Parliament) is expected to meet Tuesday to elect the chancellor.. ion Drug ! d by Reds \ brick said/ It has set off at least 30 nuclear bombs since Sept. 1. 1 Limbrick said he was told in 1 Europe last year the U.S.S.R 1 was close to success in its search s . for an-antidote for radiation poi .'soniriz. He did not identify his in- ether the evening . ^Hiir:'st6re'-rh"aiugef3lstT)o!iit- tVT ' ed out.that'evehing shopping hai ityome on increasingly popula rwri in American retailing re ceritly · U Thant Heads Unsettled U.N. UNITED NATJONS, N. Y. (AP) --A mild-mannered Buddhist from Burma took over Sat. as acting iecretary-general endorsed by-all 03 U. N. members but faced with a host of unsellled problems. A six-week deadlock ended Friday when the General Assembly unanimously elecfed U "Thant; 2-year-old career diplomat, to fill out the 17-mbnlh remainder of the ale Dag Hammarskjold's term. But the '"Soviet 'Union' made ilea'r during the round of welcqm- ng speeches that it had agreed only Ho a'stop-gap -solution and trie: acceptance speech 'to. diplomats jamming the great blue and gol( hall 'that he was'taking th job with no" stfir 0 's attached. Proposed Cancer Fund Cut benouncec __ ' drugs developed · by' thi Rational Institutes of Health. Abraham Ribicoff, secretary o health! education and welfare, ha nnounced he will cut $102 million from his over-all deparlment;buc get to meet President Kennedy' request for less federal spendin; this fiscal year. Dr. Ravdin made his slatemen ; at a news conference Friday to ward the end of a two-day meet ing of surgeons and cancer spe ialisls sponsored by the cancc Chemotherapy National Servic Cenlcr, a division of the Nationa Cancer Institute.. Joining him in opposing a cut i federal funds were Rep. John E Fogarly, D-R.I.; and Dr.'Sidne Farber of Ihe Harvard Med cal School. Fogarty said #0 million of th amount Ribicoff plans to cut ha reen ticketed. for medical re search, including $15 to $16 mil- ion for cancer. Taking the oath, he swore not seek or accept inslructkms re- arditig his duties "from any overnment · or oilier- autliorily xlernal lo the United Nations." U Thant also' put forth his posi- :on on tlic main point of dispute lat had held up East-West gree'ment on his appointment-- ow many advisers he should ave. He said he would invite a mited 'number of U. N. undcr- ecrelaries "lo act as my prin- ipal advisers on important ques- ions." ' . · : Hc said these lop aides would iRalphv-Bunch*:;-of,.-We ' ' - ' Voting Places Tlic following is a list of polling 1 places for the city election Tuesday, The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (Precinct number is followed by precinct location.) Wir! I 1. Camfield Hotel, 7th St. and 8th Ave. 2. Fire Station No. 1, 7lh St. and Mil Ave. 3. Community Building lobby, 7th SI. and 10th Ave. '4. Washington School, 13th Ave. and 6lh St. 5. City Central Garage building, 13th Ave. and A St. 6. Park School, 14th Ave. and 4(h St. 7. Vantine residence, 1911 7th St. B. Lincoln School basement, 511 Ave. and llth.St. 9. Courthouse, 9lh Ave. and ! St. ' 10. Dr. Andrews residence, 122* llth St. 11. Greeley Baptist Temple, 1411 Ave. 'and 9lh St, 12. Maplewood School, 21st Ave and 12th St. Ward U pdev "ofTfhTTSovief Union, but did not.name any others. 'Diplomals speculated that U Thant would need an-able corps of- assistants to help him through such problems as finding $20 mil; ion by mid-December to keep the U. N. Congo force going until the assembly decides what ils 1962 program will be. He 'also has on his desk such hot potatoe issues as the reorganization of the'U. N. staff, brought up by Soviet Premier Khrushchev and now under debate, and the carrying out of the vast technical assistance programs upon which lammarskjold p l a c e d heavy siress. Two Children Suffocate in Refrigerator BORDENTOWN, N. J. (API- Two 5-year-old cousins, one oi whom was to have moved with his family, Sat. lo a new life in Indiana, were found dead in a refrigerator Friday night. The bodies of Donald and James Dyson were found sitting · , , Ave."and"istti St. 2. Meeker Junior High, Sth Av and 14th St. 3. Cameron School, 13(h Av and 15th St. 4. Greeley High School gymna ium, 14th Ave. and 16th St. 5.- Trinity Lutheran Church, Ave. and 16th St. 6. Pillar of Fire Church home 1631 llth Ave. 7. McHatton's garage, 1625 15 Aye. . 8. Our Savior's Lutheran churc parish hall, 1800 2!st Ave. 9. R. J. Heckart residence, )8 7th Ave. 10. Catholic Student Center, 18C loth Ave. 11. Bandstand, Glenmere Park Ward III 1. Youth for Christ parish hall, 725 21st St. 2. Arlington School, 9th Ave. and 23rd St. 3. Bonell Home, 2208 8th Ave. 4. Herbst garage, 2425 14th Ave. 5. Robert Bowles residence, 2519 12lh Ave. Ct. 6. Sherwood Neal residence, 2612 13th Ave. he Ballots Tiic following is Ihe ballot in ch wai'd for Tuesday's cily clec in; ' Wird I For mayor (vole for one): Gor ill K. Rissler. For councilman (vote for one) obert E. Derrington, Alvin E obel Jr., Glen H. Vantine. Ward II For mayor (vole for one): Riss r. For councilman (vole for one) ichard A. Bocllcher, Robert G ummings, Charles A. Gregory. Ward 111 For mayor (vole for one): Ris er. For councilman (vote for one: ienard A. Hermansen, Stanley P utherland, Kenneth E. While. League Will Offer Rides To Polls Tues The League of Women .Voti will provide transportation to V tolls -Tuesday lor' voters, fcsir! \o i |vott: fe'-'.thy." city '.election IKK needing transportation, Mrs. Wil liam. F, .Parker, Jr., chairman:~?.f the league's voter service commit- eklng reelection lo a two-yeai, rm as mayor. He U unopposed. There are three candidates run-, ig for councilman in each ward, ic ward councilmen will be' ccled lo four-year terms. ' :':'· Incumbents Running ''·;,:·' In Ward 1, Iliu present council-' an, Glen Vanllnc, .is being ppV ssed by Robert E. Derringldn',; anagcr here for Mortgage :li£ cstments Co., and Alvin E. Hot' *1 Jr,, owner of Kobel Heating nd Plumbing Co. ;'.;*: . In Ward 11, Bob Cummings, lhe r '. icumbent councilman, is ftpy osed by Richard A. Boettch^r, vncr of the Professional Finance; o., and Charles A. Gregory, vice; resident of the Greeley National ank. In Ward HI, Slanley R. Suth?£. tnd, the incumbent, is opposed y Kenneth E. White, manager of-' ' rocker Claims Serviee, and Ben- rd A. Henrmnsen, 'teaclier. at iealh Junior High. School. ,-. ; . Polls Open 7 a.m. j.. Tlic polling places for Ihe elecv on will be open from 7 a'.nt; o 7 p.m. Tuesday. A list of the wiling places is given elsewhere! n today's paper. · · '-.':" The number of precincts in the' ily havo been increased from i3' o 31 since the last general elec-' ion. In addition, three other pre- incls have been enlarged. .''.". 2 Ntw Pr«clnet« . '.-;:·': . The two new precincts'are 7 artd: in Ward HI in the southwest tail of the city. The areas'include ed in Ihem formerly were part if precinct 6 in Ward III. . : '-:·· Precinct 7 consisls of the area'' jctween I7th and 23rd Aves. frorb' 23th St. south to the souih city' limits. Precint 8 takes in every;-' .hing west of 23rd Ave. to :thjs west city limils from 20th: St south to the south edge of .the Brentwood Park subdivision, and also includes the Royal Gardens and Royal Gardens First Addition east of 23rd Ave. between 20th'St; 1\A. and 22nd St. 3 Precincts Enlarged" Tlie three precincts which have been enlarged are Nos. 7 and;-ti in Ward I and Precinct 8 "·'.in Ward II. - ' i '-':-'-, Precinrt .7,. Ward I, has vbfcii; tee, reported Friday. ' Mrs. Parker said the league would provide the transportation as a-community service between the v hours of 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. . Persons desiring transportation can call the following: Ward I, Mrs. Al-Moore, EL 3-4W3 or Mrs. Herbert Zick, EL 2-8404; Ward II, Mrs. Nellie Eaton, EL 2-6209 or Mrs. R. ,C. McEwen, EL 2-7754; and Ward III, Mrs. Robert Huyle, EL 2-1643 or Mrs. Parker, EL 24156. ' If no one answers at the number called, the person can call Mrs. Lois Carlson, EL 2-3806, who will relay the call to the proper parly. view Acres First addition" in VioJnlty.ofSthSt. and ISt '"Pfrernct 12, Ward,I;1 ( west between 9th and 13th;. lake in all the area from Itti to Ihe west city, limils. Precinct 8, Ward II, has .'been enlarged to:include the Montview Park, area'.adjoining 25rd Ave. in the vicinity of 18lh St., and ulso Ihat part of the Coltonwood Village, subdivision north of 20th St. The Long Nap MEMPHIS (AP) -- Mr. and Mrs Billy Van Winkle knew what they were doing when they named their 1 £ I O I I I / " l ¥ G , - . . . , 7. Jackson School, 2002 23th St. TM w . g" 5 . 10 ^d early at night . 8. Fire Station N'o. 5, 23rd Ave. and 20th St. Rd. and sometimes sleeps until 10 the next morning. In addition, he enjoys a daily three-hour nsp. K. Threatens More Blasts If U.S. Tests MOSCOW. (AP) -- An Italian Cabinet minister said Sat. Premier Khrushchev fold him the Soviet Union is ready to set off a new series of nuclear blasts if (he United States resumes such testing. Giuseppe Codacci Pisanelli, the minister without portfolio, talked to reporters before leaving for Rome en route fo Washington to tion " of Maj. upright inside the refrigerator, one. clasping the other's wrist. Police said the youngsters appeared fo have suffocated. James, his mother, a brother and sister were lo have left this morning for Evansville, Ind., where the father, James Sr., has obtained a factory job after giving up his job as an electrician's helper in Levitlown. The boys were discovered by the house movers. Army Accepts Of General Ed WASHINGTON (AP) - The Army has received the resigna- Rabbis To Meet PARIS* (AP) -- The Conference of European Rabbis will hold its annual meeting Nov. 13-16 in the headquarters of the United Nations E d u c a t i o n a l , Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), it was announced Sat. About 40 chief .-abbis'and other Jewish leaders from Western Europe and Israel will attend. Resignation win Walker committee. Walker complained that he was barred from speak- Terrorists 7 · Bombs Explode In Ghana Capital B/ DENNIS NEELD V ACCRA, Ghana (API--Bomb's planted by terrorists exptaded.in .his capital' today, damaginga statue of'President Kwame Nkriu- mah, the strong man president, and a war memorial. One person was injured. ;·' Nkmmah, who has . moved forcefully against all politicarop^ position, remained at his resi- Rip Van Winkle. 15 months old dence, Flagstaff House, guarded as usual by soldiers and policed A spokesman said he was "not unduly concerned by the explo- 80-Year-Old Lifer Is Paroled from Pen High, SO; low, 14. Public Service: High, «; low, 18. · Colorado -- Partly cloudy and colder tooight with snow flurries continuing m the mountains; clearing Sunday and a little warmer north in afternoon; low tonight io-SO ilong northern border to 15- K south; zero to 19 below in high mountain valleys; high Sunday 35- *· Wyoming - Partly cloudy to- ilght with a few snow fhirrl*i In mountains; generally (air Sunday and a lUtte warmer Sunday afternoon;, low tonight 5-15 lower elevations, S below to 5 above many more nuclear bombs, lure ,he West info testing its own nuclear weapons and "can wait a nng while for results.' - CltMnfcal PiK Limbrkk is a former director of radio, warfare « the Canadian air force, where be .served « a group cjpUau He told'a reporter that Western nations for tome years have known that Ruwla was "00 the track o( a chemical pill or substance to offset most of radiation sickness erfecfs. 1 "In my opinion," he added, formant but indicated his source was' a Weslern official associated with biological research. Experiment! Mwl* Biologists at Ihe. C a n a d i a n atomic center at Chalk River, Got, have experimented .with a drug which may help lo protect man against atomic radiation. Research with rats indicated that the. .drujj--parathormone -- pro- Tides protection when it is injected before exposure to radioed iv- see President Kennedy. He saw Khrushchev in the Kremlin Friday. The Soviet Union set off two more bombs Thursday and there the right to turn down the resig- fulness to my country." . is no indication here that the test series is over, although Khrushchev once said it would end prospect of this since Walker has with a 50-mcgaton explosion. Thatjcompletcd the normal 30-year irradiation. The U.S. Atomic Energy Com Russia now has a "medical coun-jnussion is investigating the pos sibllity of.giving people aaliradio ter to radiation. »ro in mountains; hi»h Sunday "Obviously, Russia is not wor- Walker, who says he will "find other means of serving my country in the time of her great need.',' The secretary of the army has Walker said his removal last .... April as commander of the 24lh 1915. DENVER (AP) -- A 80-year- old convicled murderer has been released from the Stale Penitentiary at Canon City after nearly a half century of imprisonment. The prisoner, James C. Bulger, was sent to General Rose Memorial Hospital in Denver Friday 'or treatment and he will not return to the penitentiary. Associate Warden Fred Wyse said Sat. Bulger has been paroled and would be placed in a nursing home when he leaves the hospital. Bulger had been an inmate of the penitentiary since Oct. 13, suffering a beating by a brow: Mister from Cheyenne in the hotel ar. ;^' Bulger had been in Denver 6 organize a regiment of men.fji fight Mexico in the event of war Between the two countries. '/' ; : Newspaper accounts published at the time said that Bulger had served in the Spanish-American War as a leiulenant Colonel and had distinguished himself . tar br.iery in the Philippine Lisur- reclion. :'At the hospital loday, a spokesman said Bulger may have r .to undergo surgery and it was. nijt Division in West stroyed his career "in its Germ^y de" Only one other prisoner, Fred-i^ how long he might have,* nation, but Pentagon officials in-! He was stripped of his com- dicated Friday there was nolmand and officially admonished came Oct. 30 but the bombs continue to go off. span of a career officer. Walker has not indicated his planrbut some senators said they mer President Harry S. Truman Aid Awtirtd SEOUL, Korea (API--Secretary of State Dean Rusk assured the ;xpect him lo testify at Senate Preparedness subcommittee hearings later this month into charges and to a lesser'degree after South Korean military govern that the Pentagon is muzzling the elections. meht Sat. that aid from the ry m«n. United States would be continued. Rusk, coming here.for a one- day visit from on economic^con- the 3*i. gried aiwot eeeurninatkin," Lmv[nuclear attack. . strontium pills m the event ofajference at Hakone, Japan, re Iceived a warm welcome. after the Pentagon said he vio- ated Defense Department regu- aliens, made "inflammatory and derogatory statements" about for- anti-Communist efforts of milila- Tlie 51-year-old West Point graduate announced his decision use- die Sonora, has been in the prison longer than Bulger. Sonora, also imprisoned for murder, has been at Canon City since 1012, and had tried to influence the voting of his troops and their families ! n te i960 congressional Under Army regulations, any officer may tender his resigna- Wyse said. A Denver jury sentenced Bulger lo the gallows in August 1914 for the fatal shooting of Lloyd F. Nicodemus, part owner of thcj old Savoy Hotel. Bulger was granted several llth hour reprieves from the gallows until November, 1916, when his death sentence was commuted to life. lion whenever be considers it ap- According lo accounts of tbel Football Scores v; (Pint Quarter) ".:.[. Colorado 0, Missouri 8. (Final) ,..: ; . West Va. .12, George Wath.-.*, Michigan 28, Duke 14. ' L ": Syracuse 28, Pitt. I. '· 'i; Boston College 14, lowi State.» Kentucky JO, Florida «, : ,',V: Ohio State M, Iowa IS. .-Tr- propriate and resignations will he.murder, Bulger shot Nicodemus | Bucknc ]| , 2 Buffalo 8 - io quit the Army in a blistering accepted from an officer who hailaflcr running amuck in the Savoy statement made public Thiirsdaylfulfillcd requirements, i^i.^i-n.-iii- = r.unl..m- in riiW h.-iml by a Senate Armed Services MJo-ilenglh of serv%«. includina'wiih * revolver in either hand.! r |H*'reportedly wa« enraged alleri Holy Cross », Da^on ».

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