Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 24, 1972 · Page 7
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 7

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, April 24, 1972
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Dem HofW l l / c Winriinn M D . J mass. Primary Bids By CWRL P. LEUBSDORF AP Political Wrifer PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ Sen. Edmund S. Muskie aimed television appeals at the slate's major cilies while Sens. George McGovem and Hubert H. Humphrey went directly to the people in today's campaign wmdup tor Tuesday's Pennsylvania Democratic presidential primary. M- a n y members place! Humphrey ahead in the preference poll, but Muskie's backers, say the support of Gov. Milton | J. Shapp and Philadelphia Democratic Chairman Peter J. Camiel will enable them to elect a majority of delegates. McGovern, meanwhile, was buoyed by a new poll showing him running ahead for Tuesday's Massachusetts primary, so the South Dakota senator spent today concentrating votes in Pennsylvania. He planned to blitz the stale day of the liberal Americasikie said. "This is the first for Democratic Action, cautioned his Massachusetts sup-justice." stops at Philadelphia. Chester, Chester, Lacas- wilh West ter, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Al toona and Allenlown, then enc the day in Boston. Humphrey also planned a heavy round of personal cam paigning by scheduling a helicopter lour of economically de pressed southwestern Pennsylvania. The Minnesota senator predicted he would score a major victory in Pennsylvania. Muskie of Maine centered hi? campaign slops in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh ami counlec heavily on a tough, new tele vision speech accusing Prcsi dent Nixon of "closed dooi deals", and tax giveways. He demanded his rivals join hL call for a 90-day freeze on toot prices and executive salaries. Pennsylvania Democrats wil choose among Humphrey, Mus kie, McGovern, Gov. George C Wallace of Alabama and Sen Henry M. Jackson of Washing ton in a nonbinding preferenci contest. They will also elect 13' of the. state's 183 delegates t the Democratic National Con vcntion. Massachusetts will pick all o its 102 delegates Tuesday. The difference is that the delegates the voters pick will have I' vote on the first convention bal lot for the candidate who car ries their district, or, in the case of at-large delegates, fhi state. With McGovern planning only a wrapup stop in Boston, tin only one of the 11 Democrat on the Massachusetts ballo spending all today in the slat was Rep. Wilbur D. Mills of Ar kansas, Mills planned to attend a ral ly in industrial Lowell afte charging Sunday that Presiden Nixon has turned a robust econ omy into a stagnant one by eco nomic "ineptitude." McGovern who won the endorsement Sun porters against paying too much attention to a new poll by the Boston Globe. The poll published Sunday gave McGovern 43 per cent, Muskie 19 per cent, almost a complete reversal of a poll published Feb. 13. 'Hie latest poll was a continuation of a trend registered in · a sampling a w e e k earlier that gave McGovern 38 per cent and Mus- kie 27 per cent. Speaking to a Knights of Co- umbus breakfast in Medford, near Boston, McGovern said he lopes to show that his appeal has spread from the suburbs and campuses to working class areas. Muskie, abruptly canceling a .asl-minule campaign trip to Massachusetts where some of lis supporters are privately conceding defeat, received eii- husiastic receptions in Polish- American parts of northeastern Pennsylvania before returning o Philadelphia for appe: at Polish, Jewish and black [atherings. Muskie's television speech, :aped Saturday morning, was Humphrey's victory prediction came in an appearance Sunday on the CBS-TV program 'Face the Nation," broadcast from Pittsburgh. "I'm going to win this one," the Minnesota senator pre Dislributot Inquires inviteo Greeley ice Cold Storage 1121 U Art. dieted. But he hedged on his of problems with proposed sites chances of taking a majority ofji" Utah and Colorado, the 137 delegates, saying, "I utal ,. s p| . oblem he snid think we can get a plurality."'·· . . ^ . . . ' - . . .' McGovern has predicted he will win a majority of the 239 delegates to be picked in the two states Tuesday. carried in Pittsburgh Philadelphia Sunday night and and was scheduled for showing, in part or in full, on some two dozen stations in all major Pennsylvania cities today. The Maine Democrat said a vote for him Tuesdy" would be vote to freeze prices, change America and reform taxes axes. "This is the first round in the round in our fight for economic Area Oil Shale Development Sites To Be Announced Soon One Room CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) '--j .A report compiled last year f j f f^ f\ f · I Wyoming Mineral Development! by a committee headed by Goo- I Q/"I/* fl ^ P C I I XJ-*y«»V* fa*/·/-f I IT » / Chief John Goodier says lie ex-] clier concluded that the Kinney j * C W C I f C f J LS f C U f f J I Y CIII f I V peels an Interior Department I Rim iirea is best suited for! *.' announcement within the nexl week on the sites selected for prototype oil shale development open sirip mining andT could', COPPER HARBOR. MICH. yield 180,000 barrels of oil an!| A1 T ' . llscci Io (lreilm ilhout leaching in a one room school house when I was ei kid." savs acre. Two other Swcetwaler in Wyoming, Colorado and ! County sites covered in the re- I I f o}i i - : i i /,,... i t . , . _ : i Utah. port were rejected for the oil Coodicr, however, Icmpe- shale development program be rated that comment ment could be delayed because! down prelly muuh. the mine docs." This year's enrollment at Copper Harbor totals one girl, way i But, he adds, scenery isii'l {everything. "My social life can gel (o be a. drag. I'm a 1 city R. Douglas Livingston, "but i'dhn kindergarten, two in the first'l )ers011 ' and ' miss il a! limes." given il up by Ihe lime I start- it prediction with the! cause of environmental prob- c[1 (ld , lo S c because I knew there ' t h a t the announce-i Icms. weren t any more of them." . is! the status of the federal lands! on which Ihe nominated sites! are localed because the slate has an option Io acquire those' lands. He said the Colorado sit-! Humphrey said he would!ualion is hampered by the fact 1 back McGovern or any other that proposed sites are near "good Democrat" chosen to head Ihe party's ticket. He said he does not consider Wallace to ue a card-carrying Democrat. good deer and antelope wildlife habitats. ' | Goudicr returned late lasli week from a meeting wilh British Party Ends Survey Of Darien Gap But the 25 year old bachelor now is Ihe total leaching force for the Grant Township School grade, one working in both second and (bird grades, Iwo girls and school's only boy in Ihe fourth grade and two more girls in Ihe fifth. His nine students come from four families, and three of their parents board. times." However, are on the. school.-: "It's awkward a t . . there are advan- The Cincinnati native heard Dislricl -- enrollment j about the Copper Harbor job nine. After two years at Coppeiyfrom a friend of n friend of a i Harbor, he says, "1 really love) friend" in college. "1 jumped atl "I can give the kids a great j i t here, but . . . at times I start! the chance. The first time 1 Ideal of personal attention, spit going buggy. saw Copper Harbor, 1 felt like problems before they · ' "I don't like Io L3cn% v/UJJ^CL i l d l U U I , I I U I I l l l \ U l I J l U U l e i M b U C I U l l i L I think how 1 ' 11 comc homc - ' rcil "5' love il chance to develop much of my s n r v Roes (or : long distance phone calls. si1cnl TM d j That's my main avocation, di- na " lro - hcl ' c - Thc country out here is so ·'tch with I reel dialing. It's hnw I made it LONDON (AP) - A British ihrough my first winter here. have a · and make '·; them work them out rather' : ' .than letting them cop out. Yoil'''·'' I can't hide her.e." ';'·'.' The issue arose when one in-l rior .Department officials in' 2o ° - lerviewer quoted Humphrey ^Washington. has hacked through. The winter iwpulation of Cop- miles of jungle bc[weeir,, C r Harbnr is "about 27" but in having said of McGovern, "Oh hell, he's not ever going to get the nomination." Humphrey first denied it, then sairi he didn't believe , Panama and Colombia to com-the summer "wilh tourists and °J ln f n "TMn for lhe lan - would get Ihe nomi-| are in lMe Kinnev Rim "area nation because he expected to abollt 40 milcs - soulheast of Of lhe 25 sites nominated byjP l e t e l l s ·· private industry when Hie Inle- " a l'» ' ln51 rior Department announced its' American Highway, the De; ,,,,, L .,,, mi]1 program to encourage oil shnle!' cnsE Mnnstry announced lo-^nkc Super development on federal lands, ' : only three are in Wyoming. All get il himself. "If George pets that nomination," he added, "Hubert Humphrey will be there to help him." He also said Wallace wouldn't win the presidential or vice presidential nomination and wouldn't .win approval for his scliool busing views. Wallace spent Saturday in Pennsylvania, addressing more pearance in the state. Jackson Rock Springs in the Washakie Basin. ' Because of their remoteness, Goodier said, "we feel day. The ministry made the nouncenienl after receiving a report from Maj. John Blashford-Shell of the Royal Engineers, leader of the fib-member survey. willi summer homes, the population jumps to near 200." The community nestles along lor's shoreline -- 'abonl as far north as yon can Michigan's Upper Penin- The learn, aided by three ve-'l )an - Copper Harbnr has a sisler school--alsn one room and nine students--in Kagana Ken, Ja- Wyoming doesn't have anyjbicles, pack mules and supplies! Livingston, a Wbealon Col- serious problem" with any of dropped from planes, opened jlegc graduate, ?m\ he wasn't the.nominated sites. up an equatorial jungle trial in |prepared for a one room school He said Iwo sites are to be! three months. It was the first joy ''is college courses, so he selected in each of the three! time th.e Darien Gap had becnluses Mrs. Virginia Hogue, a states for the oil shale pro-) crossed by vehicle. family frieiKl tencliinij mis- totypes and will be offered for! The gap is lhe final barrierisionary children in Japan, as ·· · · ............ -- - - ' - ! than 5,000 in Pittsburgh's Civic leasing Io private industry iirfor Hi? 14.000-mile highway that inn Arena in his only major ap- December ' will link Alaska with Tier'ra del! " After the two sites are cbo- sen, work will begin on environ-, of South America and become "She and I wi'ilc each other Fuc«o at the southernmost Upland exchange ideas about what works and what, doesn't. The G i f t s For All Occasions · Birthday · Anniversary · Shower Wedding 1 ftniJ CSU Slates 51st Annual Rodeo FORT COLLINS - More than 2fflt rodeo contestants from colleges in Ihe Rocky Mountain region will compete in the 51st a n n u a l Skyline Kodeo, May 5-7, at -Colorado State University. The rodeo is recognized _... the oldest and one of the largest of its kind in the country. Performances will be at 1 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday at the CSU Livestock-Club Arena on Overland Trail west of Kort Collins a n d adjacent - to Hughes Stadium. The participants will compete for individual and team honors and approximately prizes. Men will compete in seven events, including bareback, saddle bronc and bull riding; calf, rihbon and dally team roping; and steer wrestling. Tlie women will compete in barrel racing, goat tying arid breakaway calf roping. SALIS...SERVICE ._7li Ifrth St. your success is measured by the office you keep, And Myrtle Desk's M6300 Series instantly Identifiei you ta an executive of discriminating taste. Sleek styling communicates elegance as well as efficiency in executive and secretarial desks. Modular units adapt harmoniously for flexible arrangements. Hand-rubbed oil walnut finish is standard. Also available--textured walnut plastic tops wilh the effect and feel of naturM hand-rubbed oil walnut. For even more versatility, th« M6300 offers three leg styles in your choice of standard matte black or optional mirror chrome. Let u» create an appropriate background for your business. Our planning d»p»rtment is at your service. KROEHLER "Evscythina for the Office" 1303 Eighth Avenue SALE PRICED MODERN Sofa 229.95 Love Seat 199.95 Smart you, if you waited for Ihis sale! Here's the same, fine quality Kroehler furniture you'd have bought for much more just yesterday. But it's yours now at f a c - tory-low prices. If you've decided to go modern, go with this "Avant" grouping because good looks are only part ol the value. Each piece is designed and built to give you deep-down, cushioned comfort for hours of pleasure every day. Choose yours in velvet, tweed or furry plush. But do it now! Sale-price time is limited. WOW! WHAT A CHANCE TO SAVE. Open Evenings Until 8:30 -- Except Saturday We Close at 5:30 Greeley Furniture Co. 2600 8th Ave. Telephone 352-5441

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