Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1962 · Page 35
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 35

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, December 13, 1962
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Life's Like That SArgentina Seeks Bloodless Way To End Crisis Aires, after PresidentlPage 38 GREELEY TRIBUNE Than, Ptc. 13. 1M2 ·hit Uaria Guido fired him Tues-j ~ BIE.MIS AIKES. Argeminajuf "vkenrkeiminglv iuperwr|iii attempts to tind a bloodless day as air force commander in 1 *** an air force combat com- prvgrim of udiuuil decuoif in lAPi-ArgeoUna's new air forcei' 0 TM·" I solution to the nations sixth rail- commander demanded Wed. that, Br 'S- Carlos Conradc Segundoj'tary - pobtical crisis in «u* his predecessor and d rebel garri-i^" 1 at the jet base of CordobaL " h "" J ««-« « "Rilix, Pop, it's not mom . . . Krm lady's fit Hit wrm| house." Most of Red Troops In Cuba Still There By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON 'API -- U. S. sources estimated Wed. that between- 2,000 and 3,000 Soviet troops have left Cuba during the past few weeks. This withdrawal leaves in Cuba the bulk of Soviet military personnel sent there for missilery and other activities. 15.0W Thtrt Estimates on (he number still there range from 9,000 to 15,000. Slant Well Hearings Indict 44 LONGV1EW, Tex. (API - A 10- monlh-old state investigation o llanled oil well drilling resultec Tuesday in 209 new indictment: naming 44 men, including a stall court judge. The indictments allege theft conspiracy to steal, acceptance a bribe and accomplice to thef bribery. The Gregg County grand jury also delivered a formal report de claring: "This grand jury, to a mai lakes the position that illegal dril ing must be eliminated forever b whatever means necessary. "In years past our people ma have failed in their retponsibilitie as citizens. Possibly we have bee too apathetic and overly incline lo wink at transgressions of th law. This situation, too, is subji lo change.' 1 Oil experts have testified befor the Texas House investigate committee, which joined the stat attorney general and Texas Rai road Commission hi the probe that slanted wells may hav drained oil worth $1 billion from leases of rightful owners in U past dozen years. Drillers have testified that th practice of angling wells under the property of others, sometimes as far as half a mile to one side, was far from uncommon in the vast East Texas field and three smaller fields. The Railroad Commission, which regulates the oil industry, said tests have detected 243 deviated wells. Dozens of civil suits claiming millions in damages have been filed. Grand juries in Gregg. Husk, Upshur and Wood counties have voted j iolai of 358 criminal in dictmenls naming 62 persons ac illegally from ic estimates on the withdrawals so range widely because of dif- culty in figuring how many men ay be aboard outbound ships. U. S. officials view the with- rawal as moving at a disappoint- ugly slow pace. This continuing Soviet mill- ary presence in Cuba has been ne of the factors keeping the .S.-Sovict dispute lingering on 'ter the removal of Soviet mis- les and bombers. Premier Khruschev has writ' en President Kennedy lhat Soviet units associated with the offensive capons will be withdrawn in due ourse. But this left a lot to be pinned own. Among other things, it is ot known here whether the iremlin considered the short- ange antiaircraft missiles in !uba to be protection for the long- r range offensive weapons -- and tierefore now intends to withdraw hem. U.S. Submits Unintentional War Proposal By TOM OCHILTREE GENEVA (AP) -The United States proposed Wed. the instal- i lalion of a direct telephone con-j necting President Kennedy and; Soviel Premier Khrushchev as! part of a detailed system for pre-| venting war by miscalculation or! accident. U.S. Ambassador Arthur H. Dean urged the 17-nation disarmament conference to give careful consideration to v/ays of keeping the world from blundering into war. He introduced a six-point program for building up confidence between nations and insuring! them against surprise attack or|| blows delivered by accident. This whole field, Dean said, "of-|| ers opportunities for early agree-1 ment which should not be passed il by." cuscd profiting slanted wells. He did not mention the recent I Cuban crisis, but the proposals I which he advanced would reduce || the chance of a repetition of such threat to peace. The American document contained these major points: 1--The nations would give advance notice of major military movements to allay any fears of an aggression. 2--Installation of permanent observation posts at railway June- Water Termed Good WASHINGTON (AP) - The In tenor Department says that lh wafer-supply outlook throughou lire Western United States is generally favorable. This was based on field reports received by the reclamation bu- tions, ports, key highway intersections and large airfields plus observation by aircraft, mobile ^ i j ground teams or overlapping ra- j U P P l y i d a r systems to guard against ' ' / sneak mobilization. . I 3-Exchangc of military mis- Isions by the major powers as a [confidence-building measure. WASHINGTON (API - The In-! 4-Comiminica!ions links bc- lerior Department says that the twecn major capitals lo prevent wafer-supply outlook throughout war by miscalculation. A hot telephone between Washington and Moscow--or "purple line" as il sometimes called--would tall in lis category. rcau concerning precipitation and, 5-Studies of the ways in which reservoir storage during Kovcm- modern weapons "themselves ' 3cr ' might tend to touch oft a war. In nearly all cases. Die depart- G-Thc various countries would mcnt said, reservoirs are at higher .storage levels than at the end of November 1961. in spite of be- make public I he steps they had taken individually to prevent war by accident. pro- Land] Havt Nickels; low normal precipitation during Dean stressed Ihnt all the ,,., the past month over m*t \VestcrnjposaIs were subject to informal river basins. I discussions and study lo fi!l in de- Kxccpt for projects on the Rio.lails. He proposed that technical Grande in Xew Mexico and Tex- groups Ue cMablishea to do some as. where Moragc rcsc'r\nn arc.of Ihis work. Imv. the Ijx'k in November pre-1 , cipilatinn was conipcn.'.atc'! for byi favorable inilow conditions ear-' licr in the fall. ! (JENKVA - Sinre |W|. w h e n ; 'Switzerland became the first Dome Stands Free country u mint a coin nt pure: ·nickel. 44 other countries have is- XKW YOI1K-A dome of curved;sued all-nickel coins. lilcs built without supporting; _^___ timbers will cover the Spanish. WKIilNGTON .- New Zealand p.ivilinn ;il the !!)«·« World's-is trying lo recruit a six-membei Fan. The tiles and masons tn lay,medical team In serve in Soulhi them artr lo lie brought ( r o m ; V i r i n « m under the Colombo re Spain. igional aid plan. Brig. Cayo Antonio Alsina set to overthrow Guido's gm TM chief. mander, Brig. Giiberto Hidalfo June. Sunn military waders aa* Armanini jaM Alsina had bead- Oliva. who was reported under called for a "drooentic dictatorship" ratter thai «itcti»ti W- cause an estimated one-third of arr * st Guido has been striving to in- We Have Purchased HENRY BROWN, INC. EATON, COLORADO This Is The Way The Wind Blows.. \ / ^ %./ t Jim Ellis ·V Jack Copp International-Harvester FARM TRACTORS and EQUIPMENT International-Harvester MOTOR TRUCKS Bill Gladstone Because we will soon be moving to new and larger facilities, thus expanding our service to tht entire farming area, it is now our pleasure to announce that we have purchased the Eaton International - Harvester dealership, Henry Brown, Inc. New machinery and parts purchased from that firm, widely known and respected for many years thruout the northern Colorado area, will be brought to our Gieeley store and the Eaton outlet closed. It is our hope that many of the personnel of the Eaton firm will become associated with us. With the combining of these two dealership?, this agricultural area is now assured the largest, most complete stock of repair parts and most modern repair shop in the state of Colorado. We an increasing the number of radio-equipped service trucks and we pledge to you our very best efforts to maintain your trucks, tractors and farm machinery in the most efficient and speedy manner. ' ELLIS and CAPP EQUIPMENT CO. 508 Eighth Avenue QRECLEY 352-9141

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