Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 17, 1973 · Page 18
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 18

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, April 17, 1973
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18 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE T»ei., April 17, ItTJ Mideast anger-25-year-old story at UN By SHIRLEY CHRISTIAN AtfocUtcdPren Writer UNITED NATIONS (AP) .The angry protagonists of the : Middle East are facing each iother again amid the cool Scandinavian decor of the U.N. Security Council chamber as they ,have done for 25 years. ·: The latest debate was called by Lebanon to protest Israel's deadly commando raid into the heart of Beirut last week. But it is being flooded by bitter memories of old outrages and the Chinese-Soviet squabble. :: Egyptian Foreign Minister :Mohamed H. el-Zayyat, who Crushed from Cairo to New York 'to lead the Arab side, recalled ;pn Monday that the Jewish Ir;gun underground massacred the people of the Arab village -of Deir Yassin in Palestine on -April 9,1948. - : "Twenty-five years later to -the day, Beirut saw these new -murders," he said. "What was then attributed to irresponsible persons is now Israeli state policy." Israeli Ambassador YosefTe- koah replied that Zayyat had flown "across ocean! and continents to tell the world that Egypt support* international terrorism, that Egypt backs the savage outrages of Arab murder groups." The Egyptian said the least the council could do was to demand that all U.N. members -and especially the United States -- stop economic and military assistance to Israel. "As long as Israel is guarded by American Phantoms, she is protected also from any sanctions by the American people," he said. Lebanese Ambassador Edouard Ghorra said the U.S. veto last autumn of a resolution condemning Israel for retaliatory raids in Lebanon after the Munich Olympics massacre had emboldened Israel to undertake larger actions. Ghorra referred to the threat of another U.S. veto, should the council propose a resolution condemning Israel without also citing Arab guerrilla violence. U.S. Ambassador John A. Scali said nothing. Soviet Ambassador Jacob Junior Editors'Quit on- THE GUILLEMOT IS A 5£A BIRD THAT 8Et.OM55 TO THE AUK FAMILY QUESTION: What is a guillemot? * * * ANSWER: A guillemot is a member of the auk family, a marine group of birds. Guillemots are birds of northern waters and they breed in large colonies along the Arctic and North Temperate coasts. There are a number of species of guillemot, but they all have the habit of living and breeding in a cold area. On the East Coast of the United States, these birds are found from the Arctic section to Cape Cod. They usually remain in the far north until the ocean is frozen. On the Pacific coast, guillemots from the Bering Sea area venture down to the California coast. The black guillemot or sea pigeon is frequently seen in the United States on the rocky coasts of Maine. It is about 13 inches long, the upper part is sooty black with faint green reflections. The black bill, is slender and pointed, the tail is short and the feet are webbed. The guillemot floats on the water in a duck-like manner. It is a graceful swimmer and it rises quickly out of water to fly toward other sea birds and welcome the incoming voyagers with a whistling cry. 4-17 (Judy Reid of Sacramento, Calif., wins a prize for this question, you can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, matted on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) Malik declared that although he is an atheist himself, he understood that Jews considered themselves closer to God thm other people. He equated Zionism to South African racism. Tekoah Interrupted: "I do not think the Security Council should be a forum for slander of any people's religious faith." As Tekoah charged that the 1972 massacre at Lod airport was carried out with Soviet rifles, Malik banged his desk with a leather pad and said: "We are discussing the aggression of Israel and not the policy of the Soviet Union." Malik argued for including in any resolution a reference to a pet Soviet idea: that all nations renounce the use of force and thereby assure world peace. Tekoah dismissed this as "the annual Soviet propaganda exercise." Then Chinese Ambassador Huang Hua asked: "Is this not to ask the Palestinians to await death with their hands tied?" Malik replied: "We have a duet here in chorus, Israel and China have joined forces in a single duet against the Soviet Union." He demanded to know where Murder defendant says police gun stuck down throat CHRISTIANSTED, V.I. (AP) -- A defendant in the forthcom ing trial for the mass slaying of eight persons at a golf club last September has testified that police officer stuck a pistol down his throat during questioning. The defendant, Meral Smith, also charged that !aw enforcement officers put a noose around his neck, pulled a rope over a tree, and hoisted him to a painful tiptoe position. Smith is one of five blacks charged with first degree murder in the Sept. 6 slaying at the Fountain Valley Country Club. He was the only one called to the witness stand in the opening day of a hearing on a defense motion to suppress evidence. Defense attorneys maintain the suspects were brutalized into making certain statements. The defense seeks, by means of the hearing before U.S. District Judge Warren Young, to have the statements suppressed. The victims in the September attack were John Gulliver of Lunnenberg, Mass.; Pat Tarbert, Nick Beale and Alislon Lowery of the Virgin Islands; and two Miami couples, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meisinger and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Griffin. LONG DISTANCE CALL The first telephone message crossed the continent, from New York to Mare Island, Calif., on Sept. 29, 1915. EASTER SPECIAL! 100%. POLYESTER DOUBLEKNIT "SEERSUCKER" SUIT SPORTCOAT and CONTRASTING PANT Our most popular Spring Look -- Stripes in Blue/White -- Brown/White -- Burgundy/White. Quality 100% Dacron Polyester that wears and resists wrinkles beautifully. Save at this special price today! NOW ONLY 68 00 RENT YOUR FORMAL WEAR AT Men's, Boyi' Wtar 1141th St. WITHAVANHEUSEN "Go With" SHIRT China stood on the Mideast issue. "We proposed sanctions, exclusion of Israel from the United Nations/renewal of consultations among permanent members of the Security Council," he said. "What has China proposed? I'm asking a straight question, and I expect a straight answer." He didn't get it. "You stationed a million troops to threaten China along the northern frontier," Huang replied. "Could this be called nonuse of force? We should not only listen to his words but look at his deeds." "I suggest," Malik later said, "that Tel Aviv and Peking ought to erect monuments in gratitude to Soviet soldiers who saved Israel from annihilation by Hitler and China from Japanese imperialism and militarism." Ambassador Javier Perez de Cuellar of Peru, the council president for April, commented as he recessed the meeting for the night: "The members of the council have been enriched in their knowledge of many things, but I do not think that this has necessarily been a contribution to clarity and order.!' The debate continues today. "Ye have not because ye ask not, . .·-.' "Ask, using my name, and your cup of joy will overflow 1 John1:24 GOD OFFERS YOU,. .FORGIVENESS... PEACE... JOY Lyle Garlow. Evangelist . ' HILLSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 25th St. and 9th Ave., Greeley Jim Rich. Pastor Revival Services - through Sunday, April 22 7:00 Nightly Sunday-- 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship FREE NURSERY EVERY SERVICE Bob Wells, Pastor As Greeley grows Northern Colorado Savings SINCE 1908, when we were first organized as a "Building and Loan" association, we have proudly contributed to the progress of our community. As more people came to participate in agriculture, manufacturing, education, banking, medicine, and all related industries, we were here to assist them with a solid savings and loan service. Some of our present savings members started saving with us 65 years ago. And many fine homes and sound business structures were built with funds we were able to provide. Keeping pace with growth, and with an eye to the future, we built our present facility with large of- fices, a big comfortable lobby and /o(s of parking space. Organizational expansion has taken place, too. Computerized tabulation of savings and loan accounting was started in July, 1972, when share dividends'were replaced with daily compounded interest on savings. Mortgage loan services were expanded with diversified loan transactions. And now we've outgrown our parking lot! There are some elegant plans underway for additional parking space. An obsolete home property is being converted into a beautiful addition to our present location. This will be no ordinary parking lot as you will see when it is completed in lato spring. We invite you to watch our PARKING LOT grow. As it develops into a place of functional beauty it will tell you something about us -- that we are deeply interested in the planned growth of our city, in the welfare of our citizens, and in the good customer relations we have always maintained with the people We serve. If you don't know us, please come in and get acquainted. You'll like our friendly attitude and service. Picture Caption -- The photograph above was taken during the process of removing an old residence trom the lot adjoining our building on the south. This is the site ot our new parking lot, which wilt provide plenty of convenient parking lor our customers, building tenants and employees. Completion Is expected by the llrsl olJune. SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 92411th Street · Greeley Phone: 352-6193

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