Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 21, 1955 · Page 11
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Kremlin Salesmen Win Oriental Friends, Arouse West's Hostility Y - . . -r.^ ' - ' I . , ; f · · · ! ; Y * . LONDON U) ---Premier. Nikolai Bulganir . and : Communist :Party Leader. Nildta : Khrushchev, ..the .Kremlin's' merchants '.pi-good 'will, niade big propaganda gains' on their Asian tour .tjut..the.promises. Ihcy niade m a y h'aurif them at the pay- »H. '. " '"·'.' ·','.'· ' · " . ' ' ' " ' ..' |That 'was'thcV'wa'y' British'; and Peler's Popcorn Will be cloietJ Chr[«tmaii Eve. i ·' I'.:'. 1 -; :·'·.'.·.:·' r.. ': -·' · . ; . . until -.-:.r.\- ..WiThank .You.., : American Diplomatic ejifierl!'were sizing'up'the bilince iheet'-of the Russians' history, miking trip.to- nighti'-'-'..'---'-.- .·"'·.- i .v: !; :: : -.,'.' v v ' I n . their high':.pressure' swing through India, Burma"aiid ll AfghJi- istan -the '-two 'Soviet-.leaders* appealed to-millions 'of 1 Asians.with barbs., it .Western-:"co!oniali5m," promised to -lake Burma's surplus rice, to.support India.-against-Portugal and Pakistan on ,si!ch issues as ;Goa and,Kashmir and totlend Afghanistan -100-.million', dollars. , , But they! appeared'to have''lost ground ,in the.'arigry'.'reacliqn on cold -.war fronts : in Europe' and other, key areas?, ' · · : . ' . - · . . · · ··.*'-. ·· : -Moreover, they: appeared to'have failed torsway.'lhe premiers 'of all three ot the visited 'countries from their declared policies' of neutrality in.lhe:cold war. v ··'.··, ..-it · .·' i Afghanistan's prcmier;-Mahmoud Baud, told-»-:news--co'nlerence in Kabul Mohdtjr.the Soviet*loan for ajricultu'ral, irrigation * and power projectt conUined' no secret poli- :ical' or military agree'mentsf aid could not change'Afghan neutrality; Contrary to Soviet announcement e »ild nothing had been decided about using':iome"ol the ihbhey to" expand' Kabul's' -airport.- 'A' -jqint Briti5h-French-Germapfirm- h a s been .-.engaged. for j some'. time j, in surveying the airport, hoping to get a construction .contract: If. the Soviet -.'a.mi6uncement ; .was ':true-. it meant the firm-was'being'shunted · .{^···'. *'·' ' r - ·' '·· '· . -.'- - - : Seamprufe's / ' 'Humbleweed" 4 3.98. ·.-,,:,..;, ,;,-. - -. - Nylon-- tricot-.slip? with -';-'.' '.· bodice'embroidored- ' ' ' " / ' · · ?,"".'.-\', ''· "· ··:'· '.'·""'." :.. in.purYfainqus rolling;, i ·'··'.'..'· '·£·· v weed!;While, pinic, red! · ! ': 8"2'io'38;"' ' " · ' · '''*"'. ' · Regardless of the results of the trip, Moscow dispatches indicated the Russians are going to exploit it to the utmost. ( . - ' -r-·:---. : - · '' · t Bulganin" and : Khrushchev .were reported-preparing" toVemain two day's .. at ..Tashkent, ,Kazakhstan, ttieir first stop, ii'-the Soviet Union after-leaving Afghanistan:.-'. ·'.',,'. The.stop.will delay'the'Ir ; return 3; Moscow'.until -almost--the We of the opening of a special - session of the ' Supreme · Soviet,f.the " rubber stamp Parliament',' which has been summoned 'apparently to. hear .'a stage managed report.of the tour. Maximum; dramatic ·· attention .to the Ieaders' Asian",tour could' play down another government report-the lack of progress.at. the Geneva foreign ministers .conference. .'· Already.it was evident that the Soviet-press would hail the. Bui- ganin-Khrushchev. travelogue.as'« great diplomatic-achievement!-The Communist.party newspaper Pra'v- da . said · Monday the "fruitful 'results of .negotiations 1 ' in.Kabul had opened a - "new. chapter in: equally and .mutually advantageous "cooperation'. 1 between Ihe t,'S,S.R'.-and Afghanistan.. - " · , ' · ' .-. ·-..· '. . · Leading.newspapers .in India and Burro*, f however, 1 have-', showed some resentment that the Russians' violated India's neutrality b'y choosing, their" soil for a series of violent attacks on Ihe West. - ' ' . AP-.Ntwsfa'iturtt : ,- - " · ' . - ' * 'v.\;;* ;· Holiday time is dale time. La'dj*- like';' loveliness'-. should .- cast .-"its' aura 1 of gl3Mor.;over.-ali the boys' this' vear, and np'young i nian can' help but act;like :4 little' gc'nlls- man." . ' \ ., . ··' ." "· '' . Dance dresses ;hiake-'a girl jook more 'angelic thaji'ever this season. She'll wear them with tlie'hSw lona-lorso'-.crinolines. White.',' is popular,- for holiday, .wear with glitter .ihere^and glitter .ther^.'i i' r i. Young"- miss Hairstyles sre ''as you rlike: it. : P6ny-tail : .is popular, straight! hair';is! chic.^ButUon'g'or hort, hair!.lias .*-. styled "haircut". m 3:Alleged;Check" i · · ' - ria FBI V 5tales, i '-COLORADO:SPRING'S w'--' The FBI announced-'.Tuesdiy/-it will press ch'afges;.,agalrist; two ·,men arrested here Saturday and a 'third 'nabbed ' Monday' 1 in 1 - KennewIcJr, .Wash., in connection with thb passing' ; of.:'i3,if79', ; ln:b : id '.checks.' f.S... '-'' According-/io"/ Webb , W.'v -Burkei agent ^in /.charge j of. · the, ·.- Deliver FBI i off ice,- Clarence : E.-.Bea'sVnV 34,'. and-'Joh'n ; F.; -Karris,'· 21, 1 \'ip- p.reh^n'ded ; for'/ invcstigaUon "-^by ^Colorado.'Spring^ 1 police,'.'were released'. Monday; to the .FBI.'.-' foednesdayylte, 21..1955 GREELEY TRIBUNE\?* 11 Wide;AwakeToesv ;·, ., ·. : OMAHA;«) --· Mrs. A.' W. Havelka; says -her- 314· .·yeir bid niecpj Nancy,^ i»as; st aying. with. her.. and, .while' dressing r lierfiel/,' donned: a pair of.old.s|Ippers.":i.-.r ';..,:·;,' ."Don't'wear those." They're full of holes and your toes a're lUcklaf .· 6u1,"«Mr«:' Havelia told'the'thild. ' "Oh', ' thaVf all ^ght, .' This' way my toes c'n' see where 'they art '. g6ing,";siM Narcy.-( - ; :r',~" ;- -·;;.-' Althpugff baldjSeagies^pften'.e'ai mammals " or" birds, .they "prefer ' Upper 'Colorado : River Cornmission ! CHEYENNB; «i . -- ;' The ."upper Colorado Rivdf '.Commission , will meet-.Wedne 6la yj p map \jlansjpr gairiirig':- c'ongressipnal;. passage] of the Upper Colordo R iye'r Storage Proje'ct.-','..: · ··'· . - "·' .,·','·*· ' i( '. ,- The House' 1 she'lyed'the auyiorjza- tiori'.bill-m. the last session". of Congress! 'but ' it is' expected .?? t. e -.r e ' considered soon after Congress re- co'hvenes'in. January. ^ . . . ·''About 25 'or--M water, leaders frqhV'Utah, Wyoming, Colorado and New'- Mexico are- 'expected to atte.nd: Wyoming Goy. Milward Simpson will a'ttehd rr the;session. hThe'760 million dollar Upper Colorado River. J^roject .envisions a «ystSm;"6;t-"stora'ge* 1 fnd : -'uTiEiJi(m proje'cli'. iri' : th'e ·' four · Uppir - staates:'^ '.. . ' . . ' - . · HO.ODAY COIF . ."..Ei'iy : o car*,.for. Designed by DtChinf. / Hairdresser Jean DeChant creaferl icharming' style : f o r ' JJe\y 'York girls. '-.It :has a flat crown-with wavy bangs and sides--ideal for hiri-faced. types ^-especially.'.. .'....·'.-/ If you don't know how to piricufl .sk your- hairdresser to show''you".' 'hen it will b'b easier 1 to'keep th'at hie' coiffure. Just pin it-iip each night and combjt out in the morn : ng until the next',shamp'oo." i l ' - v Heels are. worn with forrnals: r lats are 'not' relegated ' t o the u'nfc'heap.-Some'Eirls- still- wear hem .with" party 'dresses'.'"-" ^" -J» And expect your . m a n to-show up" decked' to his . topknot' oh ' an after-six"."dafel'Tlt-seems'^iOLrii'ai loth'c's~'are selling Jike'hot cakes according / t o ; Saniuei J ;Rudofker ; The'1955 U. S. .peanut; crop, 71 per cent above the short 1954 crop with the-.yield 'per acre'a record average of l',057 pounds," Choose Dianoids and Sil«r Al The'.,.- Lowttsl PriMs-Sluf aid Compare Diamond Sets ,'. Credit--You.'Name'Yonr'Own Term» ; ,'t'l Optn Every Nif^fitTii 8:30,',-\."· : .Until Christmas Eve' . ' ' owar "-. ". Your, Quality Jeweler S19 Twrth St. i.artment stores'; 'clubs t arid cbur'ch jroups -has. finally hit" home judg : '.ng by the's'artorial elegance 'of .he bclow-twehtiers. Tare'nts ^be-L ieye'. that, dressing" up" Sonny"will ielp'ihim ' act. like ;-a'; good boy. '. One "ivy leaguG"-.iiixed6 is lined with a black, and white "fabric with matching .cuiiurtcrbund. ,and ,-tie, ^i s tyle. sure 't"ij; appeal; fq, lp.ls ; o^ 'jic young ' -'men.'-: CFor.", spring^; exp.ecl to see' the hat band matched ,tb v tJ and .cummerbund worn'.with a white jacket.).'.- .'. ; v ^ , - . ... . r ... ; One thing 'all the 'girls' J khow 'is hat once..their. date gets a tuxedo i e ' U . . w a n t ' f b V u s e it, one.reason vh'yjherc .'are more formal parties oday,;ho:.doubt.'. ·/ ". ' .' / i . [ . A good dale', too will supply a corsage "for, his",'girl|-. calling."her irst a n d " asking' her .the color of her 'gown. He'll" t a k e . ; h e r .in!,a car Jo their destination, making ure the car-door is.rot slammed ihiit.on her dress. He'll open the- door for h e r - when it's, time'for her to get' out. He'll pick her tip on' f j m c and have her. home .on schedule. .; .-··'.. ' : . '.',:'-,. -. iThe girl has;a. few -obligations 6 her:''dafe. also .- / : ' . - : ' , - - . . . . . ill's . assumed , she'll/ be:, ready within. 5-minutes after he arrives, fiat she'll "give him the. first, and a'st dance, -will not table hop at he shindig they'attend,;and avoid doing anything 'that might' cause lim embarrassment. She shouldn't ask ; him - t o - hold .-her.' purse or stuff his pockeis : witk her comb, compact, lipstick,'handkerchief or other-paraphanalia, . French-Diplomat Dies COMPIEGNB, France -- Baron Guy Fain,'-57,' Veteran French diplomat and director of- the -International-Institute of Patents,'died Moriday. - - · - - . . _ - ; SAVE Y O U R . / ' ' RECEIPT* $10 Total EntitletYou to .: $1.00' in frade.FREE! 1 . .-. ' ; : -...·.-,--.' :.-': ; . -· ~ HOUR "Tho Most 'in"'Dry" Cleaning" , ... Gift Wrap · ···; For Your Gl«»' -= · ..·- Hallmark and Tle-TU · Term!..Free Delivery In ' , I. ';'. ',;."'."; .''.V Time for. Christmas, * ' · · ; , ..". 'YOU'Lt FIND . THESE;"LAST. MINUTE'''GIFT SUGGESTIONS HELPFUL BRIDGE SET . - ; Plastic top folding ' t a b l e : with enameled'steel frame. . - Jratching.-chairs-with plas- --tic- seats .......... · ..'. WALL SHELVES C Sot ol ^ in handy TM*.' - -' 10 SALEM ROCKER Hanging wall nhelves In maho- gnnyor iruHwood.' . · :'·'. $aso , ' Metal- loldlng- Irny talilBB. '.» " . Classic style rockers/ ·· «mart anywhere. From -: FRAMED, PICTURES : ","-. . - . - . · · ! . - , : . ' · : - . · : ' ; · - . ''".-.: -':· TEA CART . Fine selection ,of. subject* '- ' · ' . .. ' In many sizes. . . ',·-. . .- ' A charming work-savor to All eiqulsite'ly ' . »|j :; ' : ; ' earn your lasting ( framed. --; From . M ' \' - appreciation. FOOT STOOLS 1 ":"' .*; ; ateel frame with onM styles expcrlly , . washable plaaLlc tops. c r a f t e d ' i n niati'o- 14460' ' A BOUDOIR'CHAIRS WROUGHT IRON ' Charming styles In /ul fabrics and choice of sizes IncEudlng t,fcw designs w i t h black und brass metal . basen. "_1___-- From Many, Item In black iron accessories, they're versa* tile gllti. · *A95 Frorn _ ' -- , - - ·· - S M O K E R S Smoking.stands make excellent lifts. Several $C95 styles from 8 ("LOUGH FURNITURE CO. · N . ;".' '··'·=- ' · · ' ' · · ' - ' . - ^ -- Dependable Homefurnighings for^Sl Years '· . Special: 8-pc. Ekcoware Kitchen Tool Set - 2.99^ TOYS _Rolisserief 50 Off Steam Irons- Reg. 17.95-12.88 . . ;. S21.496.84 In Merchandise We've Got To Sell To Win A Trip^To Mexico. So, we r re sacrificinjg; cash to give you the largest trades we've ever offered!! REFRIGERATORS ^ v . FREEZERS ;; .. . E L E C T R I C RANGES . GAS RANGES . ; .KITCHEN SINKS. - '"-; : : - ',- ' " - , , / - . We're Out to Win -- T ride Now -- First IPaymenl In February, 1956 . . /- . --·'."-·.,-:. - . . ; . MO K G O L D'S 816 7th St.-Terms-Trades-DEScounts ' ' ' ' · · ' - · " '

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