Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 6, 1961 · Page 8
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... . MOUNTAIN FIGWORT is anolher contribu- - fion to (his wild flower scries by llic Willow Park ) "habitat high on the old Fall Kivor road in the Rocky Mountain National Park. /This plain 1 us-- dnik 'flower between spikes at the left, is , rosy .paintbrush, of the some family. This ng- { .wort's narrow leaves nrc finely 'toothed. The !. ·mountain figecrl of thc.figwort or snapdragon 11 farhjfy-fScronliularisccdc). has u generic name, Pediciilaris rncemosa. from Hie I-atin. pediculn, louse. Hn'cemosa refers lo Hie flowers being in a raceme or spike. The mountain figwort is of .the large gerius-of loiiscwoi-ts,-so" named because 'the juice of one'of the genus'was used to control lice. The figwort' family itself bears that name from the fact that the juice of one or extract from a plant of another genus In'lh'e family was u.scd to.treat scrofula, and scrofula produces a fig-shaped gteth. This is the Win of the 19(11 scries of wild flower pictures fi'oni co!or slides.--Photo and comment by Floyd E. Merrill. _ f n · Eve from Business J ." . ' w u - l l | C ; i 3 , ket a.hd a departure from reslri tions an international trade. Overtima operations by Gener. Motors "and Ford, catching up af er the strike shutdowns, kept aul ,..,, , _ _ . _ _ ,.. . . production at a high level durin By tyCK l,EFLER . , those in contracts signed by ,Gen-the week,;. Output -was estimate · AP Buiinm - N«w) Wr\t«r. )eral Motors Corp. and Ford M o - a t 152,000.passenger cars, secon " N E W YORK (AP) -- The gov-'lor Co. after UAW· strikes. Tlie this year only to the.previou crnm'cht a n d . a "big segment of W v cstima(ed t h a t the - :G j r - and :weeks 159,136. . died sharp alien t ion' .... , ..., ,,,' -Production in business directs lo.lhe vital problems of foreignj trade during the week. More than .2,000 businessmen [Ford agreements meant 12 cents October lotale an hour take-home pay over each year of the contracts. engaged in, international com-' The administration's proposal merce gathered in New York Cilylfor a ne w international trade '·/for - t h e . -National Foreign Tradejpo|j c y was ou iij n ed by George W, convention. Ball, undersecretary of slate for They.. heard the Kennedy Ad-'cconomic affairs, in a speech to ministration advocate a foreignithe trade convention, economic policy of open compc-i He said the President should ilive trading for the entire non-|be given power to make "much Commujiist world. And thcyjbroader and more ambitious bar- voiced demands that this countryigains on behalf of United Slates act to eliminate foreign rcstric-1 industry." And, he ada'ed, there lions against its exporters. [must be a basis for an open On Hie domestic fronl, thcjlrading world extending beyond United Auto Workers Union andllhe European Common -Market. Chrysler Corp. reached agrce-i Earlier, Christian A. Herler, a ment on a new three-year con- 1 secretary of state in the Eiscn- tract just before the Thursdayjhower administration, and Wil- midnighl strike deadline. ' jliam L. Clayton, undersecretary The contract, covering .60,000 of stale for ' economic affairs in workers, was to be sub milled to local unions for approval.' Terms the Truman administration, had recommended a trade partnership were substantially Ihe same as with lite European Common Mar . , Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch--Relieves Pain *** T-A, 1C T. tS F ··*·' - For first tinw Kience baa fou»d a new bedtag lobstance with the aston- iihmg ability to i h r i n k h e m o r - rhoids, stop itching, a n d relieve pain -- withoat lurgerr. ]· caae after eta*, whik gtntly relieving pain, actual reduction Uariakage) took pJa«. Xoct ammzinc of all--retulU WCTQ t h a t Mifforeri tnad« astonishing »lalem«nt3 like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem!" The secret ia t new healing inb- stance (Bio-Dyne*)--di»coirery of a world-famous research institute. Thii iob»tance is now available In twppoWfery or ointment,form under the name Preparation //*, At all druc counters. Adv. For Rent Typewriters and Adding Machines $6.00 month 3 months rent may apply on purchase Ph. EL 3-02« 807 8th St. AMAZING OFFER! 3 insert* HEAVT EXTRUDED j 2 ^ n ALUMINUM ' SCr * en Do Hot Confos* with SktH Aluminum GUARANTEED Olllvery 100% ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS · Sav*i M FMI · Kcvtr Needs F«iH *r fonCak · Gl.ii, Screen Imeiti Slip Out E«ily for E*ty Ckmiftf · T. ei««t 14 United Ixltet · All She* · CAU EL 2-8003 152!) 9th St. M i n i m u m 4 Windows Renuty Temp 1 Inch Furnace FiKerc 59c ALL 1-INCH SIZES BIKES TRIKES TOYS CAR GIFTS Use Our Lay Away Now SHOP N' SAVE AT WESTERN AUTO .. 917 ,8lh Av«. J57.200 cars, · drop o( 60,000 from iScplemblr increastd $110 million to $58.4' billion from the record Oclobcr 1960, du« 1« UM Iwo-weck t J32.J billkm; manufacturer? s * nlwT ' h * li ** v *'- ' ' ' -' ' v ' . strike at Ford. Th« industry ^^ held steady at- »3J.l,biliiofl; scheduled assembly of 688,000 manufacturers added.HO°'mill|on cars for this month, highest in't 0 inventories, bringing them to September level. 21 months. $53.8 billion. Steel output during the 1 week 'Consumers reduced their, in 1 posted an increasf. after"· three italment debt i n ' September by weekly declines,. Ttte total of $75 million,-compared with a'n.In- 2,057,000. ;tons : vf as ·· 0.7 per cent'crease of $26 million in'August. above .the' pr«vious:Veeki Spending for new construction Th'is-. brought, the "total for the in October declined 0.3 per year' 1 t6'"'ra';72!;(]to'.t.oiB,}Cldwri 8.5 ) : r ^ cent per : cent 'from ' the comparable 1960 period'. ' -.;.'-.';· ' October'production showed little improvement 6Ver September and not much'of an increase was expected 1 for. November. Industry executives''.expressed" disappointment that.' order's from the automakers are'increasing at such a slow, rale;' 1 A flood of corporate earnings reports gushed from directors meetings. Profits exceeded those of Ihe' 1960 third quarter, showing recovery from.th* recession. But results were spotty. -.Among companies.- reporting were two of the country's biggest --Ford and U.S. Steel. Ford announced 'earnings of 579.8 million, highest 'since the firm became publicly owned in 1056, and well above' the $51.4 million a year ago. U.S. Steels profit inched downward to $51.7 million from $52.4 million in the I960 third [quarter. . Because of improvement in October, Baltimore, St. Louis, Seattle' and Flint, Mich., were removed from the Labor Departments list of areas with substantial unemployment. They hart Ibeen listed as having six per cent or more oMhcir'work forces job- ess. Now their unemployment is rated at three to sjx per cent. ' Other newly reported business indicators include; New orders received by manufacturers in Bacon From 4-H'«r* j CHICAGO -- Your breakfast bacon may have .come from a hog raised by a teen-ager. Nearly 170, 000 ;4^H . Club members raisedJTuesday re' than 500,000 hogs, in theiable dL. club's s*ihe program last year.' 'serious;' Page -8 GREELEY TRIBUNE Won., Nov. 6, 1961 Earthquake Hit doc°i 3)0 persons were le(t : home. . less after the tremors cpcned RIE'I,' Italy; (API-Four day^jcracks in (he walls and ceilings of sharp- earthquakes had this of their homes, central'Italy 'mountain, area on 1 Several tremors have been felt edge Saturday."The 1 tremors w h i c h 'started west., ·ave caused consider'" lo buildings but no .es. At nearby Atro- !in' Home, about 75 miles *oulh- Per Prncfiptieni.--Adv. is this the telephone Relax! 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