Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 12, 1962 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, December 12, 1962
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British Get Tough On Skybolt Project MILD LONDON IAP'-Britain made it flain to U.S. Utfwse Secretary Robert McNamarj Tuesday that cancellation of the Skybolt missile project could lead lo a complete reappraisal u( British policy and Meat* csnuuiliMLts, Brilish in- itrmaotj reputed. The iota mute described a day In* exehtttt between McNaraa- n *nd British Drfnu* Minister Pettr Ttoraeycroft as "outspoken Md " .-lear deterrent io lie year» to tome upon success of the Slybolt The rocket has been dogged by aunching faiures. Without Skybolt, Britain would lave only fthfcijl liver atomic weapon*, McNamar* reporttdty *i|4ard lterrute means of maintaining Jritain's nudcar strikt power in the mid-UK*. viewpoint the aid, put the British "firmly and bluntly." Britain's future as a nuclear power is ukj to hint* on the U.S. Skybolt missile The exchange was sdd to leave the final detiuoo on the Skybolt program with President Kennedy Md Prime Minister Macmillan when they meet in the Bahama ami week. The sources said a Brili.-h reappraisal of its defense commitments «u!d mean cancellation ol America's use of the Polaris submarine base at Holy Loch Scotland. L'se of the base was part of a gentlemen's agreement nearly three years ago between Macmil- Ian and former President Eistn bower in the Skybolt negotiations The United States unuerim tu The Polaris missile waj btiaf mentioned as a puuifale atev . . ve to be ottered Inu*. 1 mformants 3,^ y^n^ "^ } been owl to Defense Ministry rificiaU poU ·iut Britain fc». and Britain agreed to buy it. McNamara went to li:e L'.S Embassy during an hour's recess and was believed to have gotten in touch with Washington by icle phone. McNamara and Tlwt ncycrof continued the ihicu:*sijn working dinner. Britain has based its entire nu capable of firing the Polarh avl no plant (or building aay. Skyboh, tucked under the *u«i of i bomber, is dtjifned to be flrtd whik still I.IM milet (ram its target. On his arrival in Londm Tuesday morniat;. McNamara uld the United States is taking a hard look at its Skyoolt program. H« emphasized, however, that BO decision about its future hat been taken. Labor, Ro*d* N*«4td WASHINGTON - A good labor supply, access to markets, ant proximity to good highways are ., - - - - - - - -- the most important factors in In- finance development of the rocket dustrlal-plant selection, according to a pilot survey by the American Trucking Associations Foundation. XKW DKLHI-Because of acute foreign exchange shortages todia has been forced te ration avail dU D«c. 12, 1MJ GKEELEY TRIBUNE Pitt 11 Secy. Asks Farmers For Favorable Vote ST. PAUL, Minn. (API - Sec-, rttary if Apku»ur« Oryille L. Freeman declared. Otherwise, he FTMBIM nude a 9trot| pita Tundajr ajfht f«r a favorable vote by farmers « Kit ytar's wkeat referendum. added, fanner; face the prospect of unlimited production and »1 wheat. Freeman said the purpose of his recent mission to Europe was to He cautioned that the matter is push for fair treatment of Amer- intertwiaed with this nation's international trade policy and that "if tb» reteadum Is turned 4m wt will hav* utUr chaos." "Tb» laternatloeal effects farm products, and to urge that grain support prices in the common market area be fixed at moderate levels. Reciprocating with those Euro- among major grain exporters." The secretary made the remarks Grain Terminal Association Convention. If two-thirds of wheat growers t will mean *J iper bushel) vheat runaway wheat production would peaa countries is vital, he added. b» the tame as if the common market adopts a high wheat price support eesr the German level." said Freeman. "A ruthless price of U.S. commercial wheat exports cutting competition would develop and nearly SO per cent of com- because they take over SI billion dollars of U.S. farm products a year. Thij included st per cent 1 merciaJ feed grain exports. "We are sharply troubled." in a speech at the Farmers Union Freeman said, "by the mounting evidence that the European Economic Community is leaning toward a highly protectionist, in approve acreage allotments and ward-looking, trade restriclve pol- marketing quotas on the 1M4 crop icy. ·COS WITH THI BHAVOS - Santino Colli, bricklayer who came to Argentina from Italy, sings white he works and draws crowds on Buenos Aires streets, traffic police. Who complains? Bricklayer Slings Songs And Mortar on the Job ·y FRANK N. MANITZAS tial ...WITH AN OLYMPIA SM7 DELUXE PORTAILE! · forthtwM* family · true office michiiM action · finest »4vMictd (Mturtt · Drtciilon-built quality typt nrfln IMMM nma un run 80? 8th St. Ph. 35J-0248 BL'EriOS AIRES, APi -- Italian-born Santino Colli stops traffic daily able exchange lo the most e5sen-i' rom ·*" third alu! fourth "°° rs - Colli added with a smile: Argentina know I'm getting more money bricklayer 'nan most singers in Argentina: 100 pesos an hour and it is steady work." building construction scaf- With I he crowd more. Colli sang ·touting for again. This doesn't throw bricks or,"TM a policeman came up. ask- mortar at drivers or pedestriansi" 1 ? him to stop because of the -- just musical notes. i "1 sing because 1 like it It (isn't my fault that the people stop to listen," said Colli. When he gets a large crowd, traffic- delay his singing caused as drivers stopped lo hear and lo see. "It isn't mv fault," said Colli apologetically. "1 like to sing." Colli puts down his masonry tools; " ' s «-Korkers applauded llncy, too, wanted more. "What can 1 do?" Colli asked and begins what h« calls ipeetacular free show." With ariu from "Aida" andl" 16 policeman acknowledging the other operas. '« ufa«s enthusi-j a PP' 3 ' J «- istic applause. He follows up with! "You can move up a couple oi popular Italian songs and stops floors and lower your voice only when the traffic jams bring jcomplaints from police. "1 came to Argentina from my liomc town of Mola di Bari 'Italyl when I was 8 years old," said Colli. He then described how he became interested in singing while ittending public schools here: '"There was a guitar. Someone was playing. 1 wanted lo sing 1 . did and I haven't stopped. Why couple of notches." the police man yelled. Thus far, Colli has sung Dire* construction jobs. The ban] building on which he is workini will be completed soon. "It's almost like a new opening everytime I get another job," he ishouldn't I sing while I work?" j Colli went so far as to become handle her a pupil of Ttodoro Ftiohs. director of the Buenos Aires Symphony. He was given a part in the chorus of Ihc Teatro Colon, Argentina's well-known opera house "I onlv slaved a month," said Colli. "They didn't pay me. I had lo eat." He said that It is difficult for wngeri to obtain work here "but it is somdliing 1 would like to do." said. KATHJtANTOJ - Nepal is ex- peeling help from neighboring India in the building of gins to cotton output. -ity Council Summarized Council Tuesday evening: 1. Approved rezoning of nine acre tract between Franklin School property and Franklin Subdivision from R-2 to R-3 residential. 2. Rejected all five bids received for construction of proposed utility shop building and voted to advertise for bids again after change made in specifications that vill reduce co^t. 3. 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